bronze glass

bronze glass

Glass, having the color of bronze, which reflects incident solar energy, thereby reducing the transmission of energy through it; often useful in controlling glare.
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Top From 800Mm Hight Upto 2100Mm Height-5Mm Thick Bronze Glass With Frame With Lock.
We then selected a very new and exciting kitchen combination using bronze glass as a splashback, which instantly sets a glamourous tone.
BOSTON -- Wynn Resorts unveiled a long-awaited redesign of its proposed Massachusetts casino on Thursday, giving state regulators a glimpse at a gently curving bronze glass hotel tower resembling those of its signature resorts in Las Vegas and Macau.
The 60-story bronze glass tower with architecture by Cetra/Ruddy and interiors by Yabu Pushelberg overlooking Madison Square Park is already over 60% sold with additional units recently coming to market.
Much like the Seta, the Artex showcases its use of impressive materials including reflective bronze glass, Corian, and wenge.
The selection includes antique dinner sets, tea sets, glasses, plates, silver and bronze glass jugs, wine carafes and accessories.
For example, the ocher and black work, with its organic contours and hard edges, might be a section cut from Umberto Boccioni's Unique Forms of Continuity in Space, 1913, but it also sports a black stippled pattern evoking the dotted surface of Picasso's painted bronze Glass of Absinthe, 1914.
Another poem in the book, And This Just In, sketches, among other things, "A watchman humming in the parking lot/at Broad and Market/we have that/with a sidebar on the bronze glass of a whiskey bottle cracking into cheap jewels/under his boots.
Upgrading of bronze glass doors to RS about 2 pieces;
The building form is composed of dark bronze glass that is respectful of the limestone and brick fabric of the surrounding buildings and the neighborhood context, and punctuated by five 6-story pods of clear and white glass.