Radiant glass drops. SGG MASTER-SHINE®, the new glass from the SGG MASTERGLASS series

The design of the new structured glass SGG MASTER SHINE® looks like a glass drop on a dull background and thus appears astonishingly shiny.

SGG MASTER SHINE® is a cast glass from the SGG MASTERGLASS series which has six different patterns. The brilliant geometric motifs against a dull background are in themselves transparent and characterized by an impressed relief.


Localizzazione: Germania - Mannheim

Per tipo di edificio: Studio fotografico

Applicazioni: Bagno Box doccia

Data de realizzazione: 18/2/2008


Possible applications

SGG MASTERSHINE® can be processed to produce tables, counters, shelves, cabinets, furniture fronts or full-glass doors. Also in the bathroom as a shower cubicle or bath partition, the glass has an attractive appearance. Further possible applications are partition and sliding walls, window and façade glazing, balcony partitions and parapets. Use as floor tiles or as steps is also conceivable.

With SGG MASTER-SHINE® the MASTERGLASS series with the well-known glasses: SGG MASTER-CARRE®, SGG MASTER-POINT®, SGG MASTER-RAY®, SGG MASTER-LIGNE® and SGG MASTER-LENS® is being extended to include a brilliant new product.


Viktoriaallee 3-5 • D-52066 Aachen

Tel. +49 (0)2 41 / 5 16-28 74 • Fax +49 (0)2 41 / 5 16-22 24








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