01 product description
Glasses for use in restoration are highly transparent flat glasses that have a (slightly) irregular surface structure, which causes them to appear as older window glasses. Glasses from SCHOTT ensure that historic buildings appear in their former glamor without having to sacrifice the advantages of modern workmanship.
02 Technical Data
TIKANA® was developed especially for use with Bauhaus style buildings. This glass meets functional demands in the same way that it enables a building to leave an aesthetic impression. Because it is based on old window glass, TIKANA fits in well with the overall appearance of a building. Its slightly irregular surface underscores the effect of the façade in a striking manner, giving it a fresh and lively look.
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Glass and light within the façade: specialized glass systems
The creative possibilities for utilizing colored glasses, dichroic color effect glasses and double-sided optical interference anti-reflective glasses are highlighted by three distinctive sample projects.