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The thickest sheet glass on the market is 25 mm (roughly an inch).
Several sheets can be laminated together. However, only parallelepipeds can be formed this way, and the bonding adhesive is visible.
For small glass pieces, only moulding and casting, both hot-forming techniques, can produce truly thick shapes.
These processes are virtually impossible for large-size pieces, while the prohibitive cost excludes using them for interior layouts.
The Atelier has resolved this problem by combining several cold-process techniques: UV glued-laminating, cold-forming by abrasion, and water-jet cutting.
This innovative method allows glass to take on virtually every form and thickness desired.