Colours of Architecture : Coloured Glass in Contemporary Buildings

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Why is colored glass the big new feature in architecture? A leader in the movement offers his ideas on why this style—which stands as a major break from the mostly monochrome glass that dominated buildings for the past 50 years has become so popular. More than 325 full-color photos showcase the world’s most vibrant examples in contemporary art and architecture, displaying both indoor and outdoor uses of glass throughout the world. Key design techniques are exhibited, including screen-printed enamels, pigmented lamination, and film on glass, as well as the new artist’s media of enamels on glass, slumped and fused glass, and sandblasting.
Author Andrew Moor
Language English
Published 2006
Binding HBK
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