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Glass Furniture - Pilkington

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Glass is an integral part of contemporary furniture solutions. Modern, stylish furniture designs can be created with our extra clear glass, with the benefit of being particularly clear on exposed glass edges. We also have a wide range of decorative glass products including textured and acid etched glass.

Glass Furniture - Pilkington

https://www.pilkington.com/en-gb/uk/architects/glass-applications/furniture

Glass is increasingly a fashionable element of interior design and an integral part of contemporary furniture solutions. When designing furniture with glass elements, the appearance and visual effects of different types of glass, colours & translucency are taken into consideration.

Glass Furniture - Pilkington

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Glass Furniture Image courtesy of Firman Glass. Glass bench created by Firman Glass using Pilkington UK glass. For more information visit: https://www.firmanglass.com/. Glass is increasingly a fashionable element of interior design and an integral part of contemporary furniture solutions.

Glass Structure - Pilkington

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Glass Furniture Glass Structure There are numerous structural glass systems offered by various suppliers that open up vast possibilities for architects, allowing them to create a complete glass envelope for buildings with frameless façades on any plane.

Pilkington Optifloat™ Opal

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Pilkington Optifloat™ Opal is a popular glass that sits within our Pilkington Oriel Collection - our premium etched range. An acid-etched product suitable for internal or external use, it creates an attractive finish for windows, partition walls, glass doors, furniture, shelving, wall cladding and many more applications.

The Glass Houses of Britain - Pilkington

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29 Nov 2010 Britain has a wealth of parks and gardens that feature glass houses of all shapes and sizes containing some of the world’s most treasured plants. We’re going to take a closer look at some of these glass houses that light up our green spaces and are open for everyone to enjoy. Kew Gardens

Mirrors - Pilkington

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Glass Furniture Greenhouses Glass Radiators Internal Partitions Kitchens Mirrors Rooflights Solar Panels Windows Mirrors Mirrors have a wide range of applications and can be used throughout the home and commercial areas. Although typically used in bathrooms mirrors are often used to bring more light into rooms to help create a sense of space.

Internal Partitions - Pilkington

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Glass Furniture Greenhouses Glass Radiators Internal Partitions Kitchens Mirrors Rooflights Solar Panels Windows Internal Partitions Today's homes reflect the trends for families to spend more time together so they are often open plan which provides a great feeling of space. However many activities can be going on in one large area.

Pilkington Mirropane™ Chrome, toughenable mirror

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Easy to process to laminated safety glass and toughened glass; Sandblasting of logos or design possible; Bendable and easy to handle; Available in standard thicknesses of 6-10 mm and available as laminated safety glass in thicknesses of 12.4-17.5 mm; Suitable for both indoor and outdoor applications

Glass and Thermal Stress

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Toughened glass is very resilient and not prone to failing due to thermal stress. Laminated glass and annealed glass behave in a similar way. Thicker glasses are less tolerant. Glass containing wire is more vulnerable. The edge quality of the glass can play a part. Glass with damaged edges will take less stress than clean cut glass.

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