Design and glass: The ideal combination for a full glass appearance
Frosted seems illustrious
Flooded with light and nevertheless non-transparent -- this is the effect of frosted glass. Sandblasting and etching are the techniques used to produce frosted glass. Both forms differ in structural depth and fineness. Entire or partial glass surfaces can be worked on with both methods. There are practically no limits set when drafting a creative design.
Art meets glass
Within the last years, screen printing techniques on glass have enjoyed a rapid increase. Through sieve masks, ceramic colors are applied and by thermally processing durably connected to the glass surface. Whether the entire surface or partial surface, the imagination knows almost no limits. With a variety of hues, a harmonic unity can be made or contrasts can be consciously made. This allows individual patterns, slogans and company logos to come true.
Designers know that screen printing offers them the chance to convert their artistic design to glass. This connection of art and glass makes a complete new ambience. Let yourself be drawn in by the play of colors and transparency.
Leaded lights and art glazing
This traditional technology is a further possibility for decorative and artistic glass shapes. Together with your ISOLAR® partner, convert your ideas and also protect your leaded lights and art glazings inside insulating glass.