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Glass inside: exclusive and individual wall decoration meets current trends

Tiles, wallpaper and finery were yesterday. The trend is towards wall glazing which offers entirely new opportunities for interior design. Whether simple, satined with pattern or as colorful eye catcher, transparent or opaque there are no limits to the choice and range of design. Therefore the more and more constructors are turning to glass in private, commercial and finally public sector.

According to the field of application glass partition walls and coverings are used to enlarge or separate rooms optically. In addition backlit glass elements can create an impressive atmosphere. However, the functional aspect is not neglected because glass is i.a. easy-to-clean, hygienic and scratch-resistant if requested. Accompanied by the processing into laminated safety glass you obtain a secure and decorating flat glass product.

Also digital printed glass can optically upgrade walls. That is what the Würtembergische Gemeindeversicherung in Stuttgart decided for. Within the scope of redesigning the company-own canteen 138 single panes TG-PRINTdigital consisting of tempered safety glass and measured up to 1,500 x 3,730 mm have been produced by Thiele Glas. Altogether they form a 150 square meter large glass art wall with the motif of an abstract map.

For the modernization and rearrangement of Hamburgs four-star hotel of the Golden Tulip Group Berlin Thiele Glas supplied design glazing for the back walls of the hotel lobby and rest rooms. By equipping the areas with 6 mm thick lacquered, tempered safety glass, TG-LACK, a special atmosphere was created. For the male sanitary facilities we also produced 12 mm TG-PROTECT®color - laminated safety glass with opaque interlayer.

More information and project details are provided on the corresponding reference pages where you will also have the chance to download the detailed flyers.

Würtembergische Gemeinde Versicherung, Stuttgart

Hotel Hamburg, Golden Tulip Berlin


Golden Tulip: copyright © Erik Bohr Fotograf

Würtembergische Gemeinde Versicherung: copyright © Dirk Wilhelmy

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