Essentials by Nathan Allan

Essentials by Nathan Allan

This year Nathan Allan, designer and manufacturer of architectural cast glass, introduced 6 new, highly-textured decorative panel designs as part of the studio's Essential Series.

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Having worked with cast glass since 1986,  Nathan Allan believes that nothing compares to the the luxurious detailing of hand-made cast glass and the way it plays with light. The studio's expertise and passion for cast glass is clear to see in this latest series of panels which each feature tactile, deep textures that capture and reflect the light. The cast glass panels not only allow you to light your space naturally but also boast non-porous qualities that provide bacterial protection.

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The 6 textures of the Essentials Series are provided as "cut to size" ready-to-install panels, with no wastage. Available in thicknesses of 6mm (1/4"), 10mm (3/8"), 12mm (1/2"). Pricing starts at $30 per square foot with a minimum of 500 square feet or $40 per square foot with a minimum of 200 square feet.

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For more information visit nathanallan.com or order a sample box bm@nathanallan.com

About the Manufacturer: Since 1986, Nathan Allan has been developing products for the glass industry that are cutting edge and well designed. The studio's kiln-formed glass does not compromise the environment and plastic, resin, and PVC are not used in the production processes. In addition, Nathan Allan's kilns are electric, not fossil-fueled, creating zero gas emissions. Each year Allan's research and development help the studio to come up with more and more inspiring designs. Global applications include hospitality, commercial, corporate, retail, and residential.

Posted November 6, 2012 by Editor

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