SCHOTT GOETHE – restoration glass for the 18th & 19th century

Historical in form, innovative in function

GOETHEGLAS is a colorless, drawn glass with the irregular surface characteristic of window glass common to the 18th and 19th centuries. It can also be used to protect precious, leaded glazing from the elements and other adverse environmental conditions.

 

Summary:

  • GOETHEGLAS for buildings from the 18th and 19th centuries
  • irregular surface
  • also available with enhanced UV protection
  • a wide variety of processing options (e.g. as laminated glass, with coatings or as insulating glass units)

SCHOTT GOETHEGLAS is unique due to …

   

    Design …

  • historical appearance and replication of the original glazing materials
  • irregular surface structure for windows of buildings from the 18th and 19th centuries


Quality …

  • no harsh reflections (like float glass) that disturb the aesthetic impressions made by historic windows
  • high quality of restoration of original-looking aesthetics and former glamor
  • historical Fourcault process to produce colorless, drawn glass

 

   Processing …

  • availability of larger glass thicknesses enables static analysis of larger formats
  • variety of processing options as laminated glass, tempered glass or as insulated glass units
  • innovativeness in function suits contemporary needs for thermal, solar, UV and noise control
  • security in every possible way, e.g. theft protection and overhead mounting

Applications expamples:

  • for windows of buildings from the 18th and 19th centuries
  • winter gardens
  • balconies
  • infill of balustrades
  • processing: laminated glass, heat-strengthened and insulation glass

SCHOTT TIKANA ® – restoration glass for Bauhaus style

Historical in form, innovative in function
TIKANA® glass is particularly well-suited for buildings in the Bauhaus style.
Its slightly irregular surface harmonizes with buildings from the classical modern period.
Like the other SCHOTT restoration glasses, TIKANA® glass offers every opportunity to link historical charm with modern physical building properties.

 

    Summary:

  • TIKANA® for buildings with Bauhaus style
  • slightly irregular surface
  • also available with enhanced UV protection
  • a wide variety of processing options (e.g. as laminated glass, with coatings or as insulating glass units)

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SCHOTT TIKANA ®is unique due to …

  

   Design …

  • historical appearance and replication of the original glazing materials
  • irregular surface structure for windows of buildings of  the classical modern period
  • its uniqueness: especially well-suited to buildings in the Bauhaus style


Quality…

  • high quality and restoration of original-looking aesthetics and former glamour
  • no harsh reflections (like float glass) that disturb the aesthetic impressions made by historic windows
  • historical Fourcault process to produce colorless, drawn glass

  

    Processing …

  • availability of larger glass thicknesses enables static analysis of larger formats
  • variety of processing options as laminated glass, tempered glass or as insulated glass units
  • innovativeness in function suits contemporary needs for thermal, solar, UV and noise control
  • security in every possible way, e.g. theft protection and overhead mounting

Applications examples:

  • for windows and façades of buildings from the classical modern period / Bauhaus style
  • winter gardens
  • balconies
  • infill of balustrades
  • processing: laminated glass, heat-strengthened glass and insulation glass

Area of applications by SCHOTT ARCHITECTURE:

 

SCHOTT RESTOVER ® – restoration glass for the early 1900s

Historical in form, innovative in function

SCHOTT RESTOVER ® resembles the window glass manufactured at the turn of the century. Its minimal thickness makes it easy to install in historical window frames and fittings. While the surface of RESTOVER® light glass is slightly less irregular, RESTOVER® plus glass has a much more irregular surface structure and resembles mouth-blown glass.

 

Summary:

  • RESTOVER® for buildings from the 19th century
  • 2 additional variations available:
    • RESTOVER® light – less irregular surface
    • RESTOVER® plus – resembles mouth-blown glass
  • also available with enhanced UV protection
  • a wide variety of processing options (e.g. as laminated glass, with coatings or as insulating glass units)
przykład schott restover

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SCHOTT RESTOVER ®is unique due to …

   

   Design …

  • historical appearance and replication of the original glazing materials
  • irregular surface structure for windows of buildings from the 1900s


    Quality …

  • 2 additional variations
    • RESTOVER® light – less irregular surface
    • RESTOVER® plus – resembles mouth-bllown glass
  • no harsh reflections (like float glass) that disturb the aesthetic impressions made by historic windows
  • historical Fourcault process to produce colorless, drawn glass

   

   Processing …

  • easy installation: because of its minimal thickness it can be used with historic window frames
  • variety of processing options as laminated glass, tempered glass or as insulated glass units
  • innovativeness in function suits contemporary needs for thermal, solar, UV and noise control
  • security in every possible way, e.g. theft protection and overhead mounting

Applications examples:

  • for windows of buildings from the 19th century
  • winter gardens
  • balconies
  • infill of balustrades
  • processing: laminated glass and insulation glass

Area of applications by SCHOTT ARCHITECTURE:

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