Developed by Penny Herscovitch and Dan Gottlieb, Bubble Glass contains perfect grids of tiny bubbles and a variety of bubble patterns. Bubble Glass originated during PadLAb’s 2004 architectural glass commission for a residence on the coast of Brazil. While attempting to create a colorful mesh pattern in glass, the team discovered the Bubble Glass technique, which involves fusing multiple layers of glass in a kiln.
- Laminate Glass
- Polyvinyl Butyral
- Curtain Wall
- Holographic Optical Element
- Perfect Grid
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(2006). Glass. In: Brownell, B. (eds) Transmaterial. Princeton Archit.Press. https://doi.org/10.1007/1-56898-655-6_8
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