GLASS AND CURVED GLASS

Thousands of architectural and decorative possibilities

What is curved glass?

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Curved glass is a highly designed building material obtained by heating flat glass.

Once heated to a certain point, this material acquires incredible shapes, normally developed by means of moulds which, taking advantage of the weight of the material, adapt and create the desired model.

Once cooled, slowly to avoid tensions in the material, we obtain a product of first quality and great functionality.

Uses of curved glass

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Curved glass, in addition to its applications in building, is used in countless furniture, hotel and catering counters, bath and shower screens, washbasins, partition panels and room dividers.

Visit our Shop in Granada to receive personalised attention. An expert will attend to you to get to know your preferences and budget first hand, in order to offer you the best solution on the market.

You can also consult our work in this section to get ideas or to see if there is something that is close to your preference. Don’t forget that you can contact us using the form at the bottom of the page.

Where to use curved glass?

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Curved glass or curved glass has a large number of applications for the creation and decoration of spaces. In outdoor spaces, it is a first-rate element used in façades, vaults, shop windows, lifts, mirrors, signs, doors and roof tiles.

In indoor locations, it is an ideal component to incorporate into all kinds of furniture, as well as lighting systems and cladding elements.

From devitroeuropa Granada we recommend the use of curved glass for its great functionality and decorative nuance. An ideal element for decorators, architects and professionals in the construction sector.

Decorative Plasticity

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Curved glass can be an essential aspect of a design or project, it can provide a sensation of openness to a space, providing natural organic shapes to the room.

Curved glass can be an essential aspect of a design or project, it can provide a sensation of openness to a space, providing natural organic shapes to the room.

It is obtained from the slow heating of a flat glass pane which, when it reaches its point of plasticity, falls by gravity onto a made-to-measure mould.

Bent glass is most commonly used in building but it can also be used in a wide range of furniture, hotel and catering counters, bath and shower screens, washbasins, partition panels, room dividers.

Bent glass is also used in the construction industry.
 

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