Laminated glass panel OPAL
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laminated glass panel
laminated glass panel
laminated glass panel
laminated glass panel
laminated glass panel
laminated glass panel
laminated glass panel
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Characteristics

Type
laminated, blown
Technical characteristics
safety
Appearance
transparent, translucent, opaque
Finish
colored
Applications
for interior, building
Color
customizable color
Other characteristics
flat, backlit, hand-crafted
Length

90 cm
(35 in)

Width

60 cm
(24 in)

Description

Opal and Opaque Glasses are semi-transparent and/or non-transparent and transform the crossing light into a damped, diffuse flare. Special glass composants added to the mixture of the glass provoke the opacity. It´s not possible to look through opaque glass. Opal glass is a clouded, translucent glass. It appears milky white (or with color), is translucent but not fully transparent. Worked in the flashed glass technique this milky glass in the shape of a thin layer on clear or coloured basic glass is available in panel sizes of about 60x90cm (24" x 36"). Whether unicoloured, multi-coloured or marbled Opal and Opaque Glasses are suited to art works in windows and doors with inhibited view as well as backlighted wall installations. Opal and opaque glasses are particularly suitable for artistically designed window and door panels with restricted transparency and for backlit wall designs. For the new construction of a laboratory building for Karolinska Institutet Akademiska Hus instructed us to manufacture a customized glass. For the “Glass-Light-Wall” which should not look architectonic and beautiful only but be functional as well we produced a complex double-flashed glass with marbled shading. To complete the four facades 1.914 sheets of LambertsGlas® have been processed to a laminated glass in the size of 550x880mm each to be installed in a very clever assembly and lighting fixture. One of the best-known buildings in the world is no doubt the Elizabeth Tower in London. Built in 1958, the 90 meter high clock tower holding “Big Ben”, is part of the Palace of Westminster. Together with Westminster Abbey and St.

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