Glaverbel launches Matelux Linea Azzurra, its line of azure satin finish thick glasses

Available in thicknesses of 15 mm and 19 mm, Glaverbel's new Matelux Linea Azzurra is a blue satin finish glass with a very refined look.

Its translucent aspect is not only sure to attract designers, but is fully in line with the current trend towards minimalism, simplicity and pure forms.

Matelux Linea Azzurra features a unique azure tint that is especially visible along the beautifully finished edges of the glass. This product is based on high-quality clear float glass that has been treated with acid to create a velvety look that plays with light and softens contours.

Although smooth and delicate to the touch, Matelux Linea Azzurra is stain- and scratch-resistant. It was designed for use in kitchens, bathrooms, offices and other interior applications, and is totally unaffected by grease and dirt. The treated side of the glass can face up or down depending on the application, but either way it will give a unique and sought-after look to tables, basin units, counters, work surfaces, shelves, floor tiles and steps.
Matelux Linea Azzurra can be toughened or laminated where so required.

Matelux Linea Azzurra's characterictics make it ideal for use in facades and roofs where it can provide a better filter for incoming light.

Glass professionals will appreciate the fact that the high-quality float glass used to manufacture Matelux Linea Azzurra makes it easy to cut and shape.

600450 Glaverbel launches Matelux Linea Azzurra, its line of azure satin finish thick glasses
Date: 11 February 2004
Source: My Glaverbel

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