Printed glass a Technicolor take on architecture

In Moscow, a lush 3-D forest of dense green trees stretches up to the rooftop and encircles the AFIMall, a new retail and entertainment complex.   In Paris, folded, faux-marbleized pages jut out across the exterior of Barclays Bank like gigantic cut-out origami fans.

Both effects were created through digital printing on their glass facades.

Read more: www.theglobeandmail.com/life/home-and-garden/architecture/glass-printing-is-making-global-imprint/article23970463/

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