Blocks of Glass Vary in Depth

FeLo by Pulp StudioFeLo by Pulp Studio

FeLo by Pulp Studio

FeLo by Pulp Studio

FeLo by Pulp Studio is created where glass and function meet art and craftsmanship. The process consists of cutting strips of glass by hand and then bonding them together to create large blocks of glass that can vary in depth.

The lengths on both sides of the glass are left uneven after being cut by hand; then, tapping the material with a hammer creates flares in the edge. This classic method requires a certain skill set that is hard to come by in this day and age, but it is what gives the product its character. The glass pieces are then bonded with care to eliminate any visible adhesive and are then represented as if all of the pieces were just stacked upon each other.

The stacks can be shipped in partially assembled sections to ease weight issues of handling and then combined into larger panels onsite.

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