- Shout-Outs — Latest happenings at Pulp Studio.
Press -- A feature on Pulp Studio published in the April 2016 issue of USGlass magazine.
April 12, 2016
This year with Pulp Studio celebrating 20 years of success in the architectural glass industry US Glass magazine has chosen to publish a feature article on how our business has grown over the years. Click on the image to be taken to a digital version of the April 2016 issue where the feature on Pulp Studio starts on page 46.
Project Showcase -- The Gores Group building in Beverly Hills stands out.
Pulp Studios Laminated Slump Glass product has been chosen as the FACADES BEST IN CATEGORY winner in the Architectural Record RECORD PRODUCTS Awards.
January 12, 2015
In collaboration with California Glass, Bending Pulp Studio's SentryGlas Expressions creates a truly memorable facade. Click on the image below for a gallery of photos featuring The Gores Group building in Beverly Hills California.
(Façade designed by Belzberg Architects)
Project Showcase -- The McKinnon Center for Global Affairs at Occidental College
May 20, 2014
Pulp Studio's SentryGlas Expressions™ and Pintura MarkerBoard are utilized in the just-completed McKinnon Center for Global Affairs installation at Occidental College. Watch the video and read more about the project in Shout Outs.
March 28, 2013
The new 2013 Guided Specification for Pintura Color-Coated Glass is now available. Please contact us to request the document.
January 24, 2013
After years of design and engineering challenges Pulp Studio is proud to announce that our Switchlite Privacy Glass is now ETL recognized to meet UL standards in addition to being certified by the Safety Glazing Certification Council (SGCC).
Electricians and building inspectors have been clamoring for these markings for years to comply with the codes of their local municipalities. As far as we know we are the only company in the United States meeting these standards.
About Pulp Studio
Pulp Studio provides unlimited design capabilities that can achieve unique options for each specific job. This website includes only a sampling of our products. We can provide you with laminated glass that includes our fiber series, textures, colors, graphics, photographic elements and a variety of other substrates. In preparation of individual patterns, we can also increase the level of opacity or transparency as desired. Each piece of Pulp Studio glass is individually fabricated to size from our customer's specifications.
Pulp Studio Glass produces materials with a variety of decorative and graphic interlayer as well as a large selection of pattern glasses and custom glass applications.
All of our glass is produced in Los Angeles and shipped from our local facility after our internal inspection process. Pulp Studio products provide safety glass with enhanced UV protection, sound attenuation and superior maintenance qualities.
What makes Pulp Studio unique is our commitment to provide a variety of glass materials that comply with all of the necessary architectural safety requirements. Recognizing the role of today’s architect and designer is to not only introduce attractive materials into their project, but to also consider that these materials can maintain the necessary compliance with building codes.
As a glass resource we can offer specialty glass materials in almost any category.
When you begin your relationship with Pulp Studio you will learn to understand that just because you haven’t seen it doesn’t mean we can’t make it for you. All of our sales staff understand that design requirements evolve. Our role is to help each designer achieve their vision. We are here to help you do that. Do not hesitate to approach us with even your wildest ideas; just try not to do it every day.
We look forward to hearing from you soon.
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