Glass Architecture Breaks New Ground With List of Alternative Uses For Decorative Glass Published By Livinglass

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Glass architecture experts, Livinglass, released last week their List of Alternative Uses for Architectural Decorative Glass in building, interior design, and even in furniture.

The list had a number of unique items that would not usually be seen in a catalog of glass architecture designs.

The list included such exotic items as: A conference table that glows from within, a bathroom door that brings you closer to nature, a floor that lets you see into the earth, and even a decorative wall panel that illuminates your path.

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600450 Glass Architecture Breaks New Ground With List of Alternative Uses For Decorative Glass Published By Livinglass glassonweb.com
Date: 17 March 2016
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