TEX GLASS is a laminated glass product which features fabrics encapsulated inside the glass.Following its launch in the UK in 2012, Tex Glass has quickly established itself as a superior interior glazing product, combining the glass processing expertise of GLASSOLUTIONS with the fabric excellence of award winning designer Nya Nordiska.
TEX GLASS featured in a hotel room showing how glass can be used to add a unique creative dimension.
The product was awarded in the category product design as one of the 75 best contributions. Commenting on the award following the ceremony at the BMW World in Munich, Remo Röntgen, managing director for marketing and sales at Nya Nordiska, said: “The iF gold award is very much coveted. It honours the innovative spirit of Nya Nordiska – here manifested in the symbiosis of fabric and glass. We are proud to have been awarded among brands such as Apple, Mercedes and Sony.”
Among the 4,615 products that were submitted, TEX GLASS convinced the international jury with its exciting new interpretation of fabrics and glass. One of the jury members explained: “TEX GLASS is a decorative laminated glass collection with integrated textile fabric: an excellent concept to give rooms their very individual character. What convinced us about this concept was the fact that textile staging of rooms is provided with completely new options and that the product can be used in the most versatile way.”
Using TEX GLASS, dramatic features can be created for partition walls, screens, doors and furniture and other interior applications. And when combined with either a backpainted glass or mirrored glass for cladding applications, the effect can be stunning.
TEX GLASS is one of a range of innovative interior glass products from GLASSOLUTIONS. This range also includes VITRIO®, a supremely versatile glass that is back-painted and available with sparkle finishes and customised designs, and STADIP PRINT®, a laminated glass that helps to personalise spaces and bring them to life with bespoke images printed on its PVB interlayer.