The innovative concept of crushed glass combines natural luminescence with glass and brings design and environmentally sustainable architecture together, creating spaces with their own internal lighting. The photoluminescent material can continue to emit light for prolonged periods of time after having just a few minutes of exposure to a light source, either natural or artificial. No electricity is needed.
Both safety and aesthetics are improved thanks to this natural form of luminescence, and you can even save on energy.
This material is recharged with light and beats to the rhythm of daily life as it switches between light and dark. During the day, the product absorbs light which is then gradually released when darkness falls, a sustainable and renewable source.
Crushed glass is used in a reflective process, triggering a reduction in the heat absorbed by the surface on which it is applied, meaning a considerable amount of thermal energy is saved.