Wall structure: Alight by Pulp Studio

Decorative glass company Pulp Studio launched Alight, a bas-relief wall structure that enhances glass life through a combination of light and texture. The surface is reminiscent of the undulating crevices found in brain coral and prehistoric fossils.

Pulp Studio produces materials with a variety of decorative and graphic interlayer, as well as a large selection of pattern glasses and custom glass applications. All of the company’s glass is produced in Los Angeles in the US.

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