Glass

3D Studio Line

Aug 20, 2009No Comments

Multidimensional kiln cast glass With the increased sophistication of glass-fabrication technologies, flatness and clarity have typically been the most sought-after traits in architectural glass. However,

Mold Gardens

Jul 25, 2009No Comments

Glass sandblasted with enlarged images of mold and growth medium Mold almost always carries a negative connotation. However, landscape artist Stacy Levy celebrates the substance,

Meshglass

Jul 10, 2009No Comments

Stained-glass and mirror surfacing Meshglass is a flexible tiling system comprised of stained-glass and mirror pieces connected to a fiberglass mesh backing. Designed to overlay

Advantic

Jun 12, 2009No Comments

Syntactic foam Advantic is a syntactic foam made by mixing or combining hollow glass microspheres with an epoxy resin. This high-strength composite solves many of

Gemstone

Jun 07, 2009No Comments

Sculptural recycled cast glass Once glass is tempered, it cannot be cut. If someone attempts to cut tempered glass, the glass will explode. Companies often

Synlam

May 27, 2009No Comments

Syntactic foam laminate Synlam is Cornerstone Research Group’s family of high-performance, syntactic-core, laminated composites. A unique material design and fabrication process incorporates thin layers of

Cascade

May 05, 2009No Comments

Cast resin and silk sandwiched between glass 3form Glass is based on a patent-pending liquid lamination technology that allows for even distribution of objects throughout

LEDs in Glass

Apr 24, 2009No Comments

LEDs in transparent glass panels Conceived by glass artist Ulli Kampelmann, LEDs in Glass was originally developed to expand the opportunities available in her own

VitroHue

Mar 11, 2009No Comments

100% recycled-glass aggregate TriVitro’s 100 percent recycled-glass aggregates are appropriate for use in terrazzo flooring, tiles, counter tops, concrete pavers, wall finishes, and exposed aggregate

Kiln Glass Textures

Jan 25, 2009No Comments

Textured, translucent cast glass Preferred for its ability to deliver transparency and views, glass has typically been appreciated for its ability to nearly disappear; its