Designers can enhance the look of any interior environment by incorporating expressive and unique decorative glass into the mix. From printed patterns to colorful and bold layers, decorative glass helps transform interior spaces into well-outfitted works of art.
Cipher, Overlay, Check
The three patterns in this collection are characterized by repeating, layered motifs in colors printed on both sides of the glass. The images can be executed in a variety of techniques, in opaque, translucent, and transparent options, allowing for different degrees of translucency and privacy. Designed by Patricia Urquiola.(COURTESY GENERAL GLASS)
Using direct-to-glass printing technology, patterns can be scaled and colored to spec for interior and exterior applications.(COURTESY PULP STUDIO)
Alight is not just a bas-relief glass product, but can be specified as a fully engineered wall system, inclusive of structural steel and other components. Created by Amses Cosma Studio.(COURTESY PITTSBURGH CORNING)
The Expressions Collection enhances the cosmetic appeal of traditional glass block without compromising its functional benefits of security, privacy, light transmission, and fire ratings. A variety of stock images and murals are printed on eight- by eight-inch by four-inch nominal size glass block in the Decora pattern; custom design services are also offered.
Wire In Glass
Rudy Art Glass
A variety of metal meshes are laminated into a range of textured and tinted glass, resulting in an unusually expressive collection.