Curved glass is obtained by heating the glass plane to its point of plasticity, and using moulds to give it the desired shape.

One of the advantages of curved glass is the range of shapes that can be created, enabling designers to stamp their own style and personality on the material.

Types of glass that can be curved:

Colourless, extra-clear, tinted, reflecting and low-emission (only glass of pyrolytic type). It is possible to create safety glass with two or more panes of colourless float glass joined together, by interspersing sheets of polyvinyl butyral, which in the event of breakage prevents the glass coming away.

It can also be assembled to form a double glazing unit