Glass

Northern Lights

Dec 26, 2010No Comments

Thermochromic glass Northern Lights is a glass product that can change its appearance due to a change in temperature. Human touch, a change in the

G Series

Dec 15, 2010No Comments

Recycled glass architectural coating EverGreene’s G Series glass coating system is composed of 100% recycled glass suspended in a natural binder, then hand applied to

Recycled Crystal Glass

Nov 13, 2010No Comments

Recycled pre-consumer lead crystal glass Fernando Miguel Marques collects postindustrial waste glass from Atlantis, the largest Portugese producer of lead crystal glass. Marques has developed

Poured Glass

Nov 09, 2010No Comments

Cast resin with encapsulated interlayers between glass lites 3form Poured Glass is produced by encapsulating organic materials and fabrics with a poured cast resin. This

GreenPix

Nov 06, 2010No Comments

Zero energy media wall GreenPix is the first Zero Energy Media Wall, absorbing solar energy during the day and then powering the media wall at

SentryGlas Expressions

Aug 26, 2010No Comments

Exterior Grade, digitally printed laminated glass Pulp Studio’s SentryGlas Expressions is a computer-controlled digital imaging system for decorative glass, made with a UV resistant ink

Vector Glass

Dec 12, 2009No Comments

Glass with vector graphics of embedded air Vector Glass combines the the precision of digital fabrication with the serendipity of handmade, kiln-formed glass. PadLAb works

Convex Glass

Dec 08, 2009No Comments

Dimensional glass panels Convex Glass was produced and developed by Nathan Allan Glass Studios with the architectural firms Janson/Goldstein and Front Inc. in New York.

Activ

Sep 02, 2009No Comments

Self-cleaning glass Pilkington’s Activ glass uses the power of the sun to clean itself. Activ is manufactured with the same advanced pyrolytic technology used to

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,