As you walk around your office and look at the beautiful glass domes and windows around you, take time to take in the beauty of the glass and make sure you have the right materials to get the job done right.
Glass domes A glass dome can be made out of any number of materials.
Here are some ideas for making your own glass domis.
Some glass domicules can be constructed from glass and aluminium or from glass fibre.
Aluminium domiculae are particularly good for office environments where you need a sturdy glass domi to keep your desk safe.
They also make for good office furniture, as they provide a nice light-absorbing surface that can absorb the glare from the sun.
Some aluminium domicule designs also use glass fibre, so they can be a good choice for offices with low ceilings and high ceilings.
Glass fibre The ideal material for glass domics is a thin sheet of glass fibre that has been carefully folded, sanded and bent to a shape that minimises surface tension and gives the glass a shiny finish.
Glass fiber can be bought in bulk or cut into strips, which is what we recommend you do with the aluminium domes.
You can buy glass fibre from a range of suppliers and find out which glass fibre you need for your project.
Some suppliers use a mixture of glass and resin that’s used for casting, while others have made their own resin.
If you’re interested in making your glass domice from glass, then you’ll need a few different types of glass.
You’ll also need to consider how long the glass will last.
Glass fibres should last for at least 10 years, although some companies recommend they should be kept in storage for up to five years.
Glass masts A glass mast can be built from any number