By laminating a coloured interlayer, or a combination of coloured interlayers, into a glass unit we can create an almost limitless range of colours for you within an architectural or structural glass assembly.
Coloured PVB interlayers are also available to be combined with various levels of translucent interlayers for a cloudy, sandblasted or acid etched effect.
For a completely opaque glass finish coloured interlayers can also be mixed with two opaque interlayers of black or white so that no light or vision can penetrate through the glass panel.
By laminating a UV stable interlayer between two layers of glass we can create extremely vivid colours. A colour matching service is available to enable you to get the colour required from your decorative glass panels.
In addition, coloured PVB interlayers within a glass unit increase the strength and security of a glass elevation by the integration of a toughened laminated unit and reduce the amount of UV radiation that can penetrate through the glass elevation.
The coloured laminated glass panels can be integrated into most framing solutions depending on the overall glass thickness and can be used within all structural glass installations.
Decorative interlayers are a fantastic way to turn glass into a featured part of any home design. They can be incorporated into almost any glazing solution, both internal and external.
Often using with internal glazing systems, the IQ Glass showroom has a pane of structural glass with a green coloured interlayer, which forms part of our glass box extension.
Seeing this type of decorative glazing in person allows you to see what sort of saturation and light transmission you can expect through a coloured interlayer.
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Bright and vibrant coloured glass has long been more popular on commercial project for uses in bright offices spaces, interactive education buildings and shop fronts to draw the eye.
Due to the additional performance achieved when laminating glass in security, durability and protection from UV fading, including coloured interlayers into the architectural glazing design for a commercial façade has always been common.
The vibrant colour finishes, as well as the option for translucent and opaque coloured finishes, lend themselves easily to larger commercial designs.
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The reception and waiting area for these commercial offices in London achieved a bright and vibrant internal design with the use of a bright yellow coloured interlayer.
The glass partition separated the seating area in the reception space and the staircase leading to the offices above creating a transparent glass barrier between the areas.
With a bright yellow interlayer the staircase behind is slightly sheltered and protected from view whilst the reception area maintains the vibrant yellow colour scheme as its external façade.
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