Colour in glass
Laminated glass is an excellent way of extending the use of glass to cover security, safety and structural requirements. But its use as an aesthetic element in its own right has not received the attention that perhaps it might. Now the range of possibilities has expanded with a new manufacturing technique, thanks to developments from Solutia, a major worldwide producer of polyvinyl butyral (PVB) interlayers under the name Saflex.
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