Curved glass covers the current needs of architects and designers to improve the aesthetics and functionality of their projects.

By heating the flat glass, it achieves its point of malleability. The glass is placed on a mold of appropriate geometry to obtain the desired bend. As soon as the temperature of the malleability of the glass has been reached, the glass falls on the mold by the gravitational force to conform to the shape. The bending process ends with a slow cooling of the glass-called annealing – to avoid internal tensions.