Pulp Studio

Architectural Decorative Glass



Los Angeles, CA
Designer: Clive Wilkinson Architects
Photographer: Benny Chan, Fotoworks

Colorlites has almost infinite possibility and offers you the freedom to play.

We offer a collection of more popular colors and color matching for customization. Colors can come in different levels of translucency and transparency. All colors can be laminated to mirror which also comes in different levels of translucency and transparency. Many can be combined with textured glass, or with graphics to create a unique effect.

Design Applications:

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

Minimum thickness for the Colorlites collection is 5/16” and can be as thick as 1 1/2”.

Due to the different types of products we manufacture, it is difficult for us to establish a standard dimension for sheet size. Within the variety of materials we use we have established guidelines for each category. We ask that you always confirm the sheet size parameter for the material you use.

Please note that with specialty glass there are always elements of the product that may or may not be acceptable for your installation requirements. We ask that you always call us to clarity your use to see if there are elements that need to be considered prior to issuing a specification.

Short Form Specifications:

Please provide Pulp Studio, reference #, description, Architectural Glass as manufactured by Pulp Studio, Los Angeles, California, USA, phone (310) 815-4999, in sizes indicated on “drawings” provided.All designs for doors must specify hardware, manufacturer of hardware and detailed drawings for purpose of fabrication. All glass quality to comply with detailed drawings for purpose of fabrication. All glass quality to comply 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 (thickness, type and color) glass.