The Glass Block is an architectural element that is made of glass and it provides visual obscuration while admitting light. The glass block was initially burst out in the early 1900s to make provision of natural light in manufacturing plants. Glass bricks are fabricated for both wall and floor applications. The Glass Block is usually cast into a boost concrete gridwork or arrange into a metal frame, allowing multiple units to be combined to span over openings in basements and roofs. Glass block for walls are being processed in two separate halves and whilst the glass is still liquefied, the two pieces are pressed together and annealed.
Glass Blocks are the perfect and the right solution for you to bring down the environmental impact and to combine and at the same time, the design and functionally needs of a project. The natural transparency glass you now can lessen up any interior space with sunlight and thus reducing electricity consumption during the day.
The use of the glass blocks authorized those designers who are more informed about the sustainability needs and who do not want to renounce to a strong visual impact, to:
- Add natural light and transparency
- Promote responsible use of energy and bill reduction
- Reduce heating costs
- Preserve the environment by ensuring higher levels of thermal insulation compared to standard walls having equal thickness
Available pattern or design:
- Bubble Pattern
- Parallel Pattern
- Lattice Pattern
- Diagonal Pattern
- Meteor Pattern
- Cycle Rhombus Pattern
- Cloudy Pattern