Glass is one of the most flexible materials, giving architects, artists and manufacturers of glass products a multitude of creations. The upcoming Glass trade fair will be an opportunity to learn the secrets of different methods of how to ornament this beautiful material. Demonstrations and practical workshops have been planned, making Glass an unusual place where business, ecology and arts all come together. It is also the only trade fair for this sector in Poland.
Demonstrations of glass decoration techniques will be one of the most spectacular events at Glass. This is an unusual opportunity to eye-witness the entire process of making glass objects, starting from the melting of raw glass in the blast furnace, through its initial forming, thermal shaping and decorating it with the use of fusing technology. The demonstrations will be complemented by interactive workshops. Anyone has an idea for jewellery made of glass? Glass will give you an opportunity to make one, which will be a handmade, beautiful souvenir for years.
But that is not all. Visitors will be able to follow not only the formation of spatial stained glass using Tiffany's technique, but also to challenge their skills with this technique. The event cannot lack demonstrations in the oldest technique of glass decoration - spray painting, as well as the more modern one - sandblasting. Sand will be blown onto the glass pane under high pressure in special closed cabins to create a designed pattern.
TRANSPARENT BUSINESS – VISION OF GLASS
The increasing spectrum of the use of the raw material, thanks to its extraordinary versatility, offers almost unlimited application possibilities - in such a way one can briefly describe GLASS Glass Industry Fair.
In the modern interiors, glass is an important element of interior design and architecture. Self-cleaning façades, reduction of energy consumption, protection against burglary, or simply noise reduction are just a few examples - today's production and glass processing technologies enable versatile applications. Only imagination of an architect or designer limits the use of glass at present.
Machinery, equipment, and accessories for the processing of flat glass