patterned glass

patterned glass

A glass that has an irregular surface pattern formed in the rolling process to obscure vision or to diffuse light; usually on one side only, the other side is left smooth. See also: Glass

patterned glass

Glass that has a textured pattern on one side (the other side being smooth).
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I love to hang plants from the ceiling as well as placing oversized botanicals in vases such as the Patterned Glass Vase.
Large state of the art courts totaling 200 square meters include natural illumination using clerestory windows and these are augmented by the natural light that enters via the large patterned glass faأA*ade that enables the public lobbies to be filled with light.
Brightly coloured or patterned glass will light up a room and they don't need to have flowers in them to look good.
The facility in Roux, southern Belgium,A which specialises in the production of patterned glass for photovoltaic panels, is grappling with competition from China.
ASYMMETRICAL patterned glass plate is background for the 10 fruits and flowers
Illuminated vertical surfaces are visible through patterned glass walls, which create a veil of privacy around conference spaces without breaking the visual connection.
Tucked away on the north-west corner, Rafael Vinoly's Vdara hotel and spa plays a symbolic card, a low-key crescent form of patterned glass amply kitted out with art (a Frank Stella painting in reception lends gravitas) and the Silk Road restaurant (a smouldering gold bazaar).
a major glass maker in Taiwan, recently announced that its production line of transparent photovoltaic glass, or the super clear patterned glass, at the company's plant in Zhangzhou, Fujian Province of mainland China will start mass production in June.
A dramatic staircase joins the two levels, as well as a dedicated guest elevator screened in patterned glass.
The lobby is encased in patterned glass that features the theme and colours of the nursery.