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One of the largest structures ever to be built using glass beams and columns to support a glass roof and glass wall - no metal supports or connectors are used - is Broadfield House Glass Museum, at Kingswinford, West Midlands. It was designed by structural engineer Dew Macfarlane and Design Antenna. The building creates a new entrance and reception to a Grade II-listed building.

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