Bent Glass Technology Can Bring Architectural Products to Life

Glass typically wasn’t incorporated into the architecture of a building because architects, contractors, and designers didn’t have a whole lot of options when it came to utilizing glass.

Once upon a time, glass was used almost exclusively to create windows, doors, and, in some cases, dividers inside of buildings.

Glass typically wasn’t incorporated into the architecture of a building because architects, contractors, and designers didn’t have a whole lot of options when it came to utilizing glass.

However, that has changed quite a bit in recent years thanks to the development of bent glass technology that has made it easier than ever for glass to be reshaped and remolded to fit almost any design.

While creating curved glass used to be a very expensive proposition that wasn’t always worth the investment, the latest bent glass technology makes using curved glass more affordable than ever. As a result, designers have come up with all kinds of amazing ways to use curved glass.

From small glass walls inside of hotel lobbies that serve as accent pieces to entire buildings that take the shape of the curved glass windows used to construct them, there is an endless amount of ways to bend glass and incorporate it into any design.

If you are currently designing artistic architecture, you should consider using the latest bent glass technology to your benefit.

Whether you want to create something as simple as a decorative glass display case featuring curved glass or something as complex as a curved glass staircase, Bent Glass Design specializes in taking the plans for glass architectural projects and bringing them to life.

We have seamed, pencil ground, pencil polished, flat ground with chamfer, and flat polished with chamfer glass, and we can use it to design the glass architectural pieces of your dreams.

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