The New Acropolis Museum is composed of three main areas: base, middle, and top. The outer of the building is composed of VARIO glass wall, which comprises a solar control insulated glass, the second inner skin is made of STADIP laminated safety glass, distanced 70 cm from the facade with glass fins and floats 2.25 m above the finished floor. The solar control of the insulated glass ensures that even with outside temperatures over 40°C, room temperature on the inner façade is kept at about 23°C. In the whole museum, but particularly in the excavation exhibits in the lower levels, glass floors using LITE-FLOOR have been extensively employed. The top is constituted of a transparent enclosure which provides ideal light for sculpture in direct view to and from the Acropolis, made with a cladding of black enameled EMALIT and using the most contemporary glass technology to protect the gallery against excessive heat and light.