Pulp Studio

Architectural Decorative Glass

Bart Halpern COllection

 

Our collaboration with textile company Bart Halpern brings an atmosphere of texture and manipulation of light to unique line of architectural panels.

Sandwiched between two layers of glass, Bart Halpern pleats take on an individual life unto itself. The organic characteristics of the fabrics come to life. Light is diffused to divide a room without use of nothing more than the ambient light passing through the glass panels. Today’s need for minimal maintenance, glass is a perfect medium for architectural elements. Safety, privacy, sound attenuation and energy saving are a few elements of laminated glass. All of our glass is produced in Los Angeles, California and shipped from our local facility after our internal inspection process. We offer 7 styles in 5 color ways. Let your imagination be the catalyst of your design.

Glass Types and Shapes:

Clear, Low Iron, tinted and Heat Strengthened glass are commonly used. (We recommend the use of low iron glass for color clarity of these materials) Shapes, fabrication and hardware can be customized for the needs of the installation. All glass quality complies with with ASTM C 1172 safety standards for laminated glass, produced with a formulated inter layer and substrate designed to laminate under heat and pressure between two pieces of clear glass.

Design Applications:

  • Wall Partitioning
  • Door Lites
  • Tabletops
  • Office Dividers
  • Store Fronts
  • Signage
  • Furniture
  • Handrails
  • Skylights
  • Windows
  • Light Fixtures
  • Wall Panels
  • Elevator Cab Paneling

Short Form Specifications:

Provide Pulp Studio, Style # (style#), (Description), Architectural Glass as manufactured by Pulp Studio, Los Angeles, California, USA. Phone 310-815-4999, Facsimile 310-815-4990 in sizes indicated on the “drawings” provided. All designs for doors must specify hardware and detailed drawings for purpose of fabrication. All glass quality to comply with ASTM C 1172 safety standards for laminated glass. Produced with a formulated interlayer and substrate designed to laminate under heat and pressure between two pieces of (thickness, type and color) glass.