As an essential part of façades, windows play a major role in shaping the character of a building and reflect the specific features of the building period. For the authentic overall appearance of a historical façade, the role of the glass that is used should not be neglected. The style of the handmade, mouth-blown, clear restauro® flat glass corresponds to the only glass that was available for window glazing from the Middle Ages to the beginning of the 20th Century. With its typical, slightly uneven surface, scattered little bubbles and streaks, the glass fits perfectly into the basic structure of the historical building. LambertsGlas® restauro® is the ideal complement to the original existing historic glass of a building. It can restore the stylistic unity of façades, window frames and glazing in an authentic manner which is often lost.
restauro® is purely a handcrafted flat glass.
restauro® is predestined for the true-to-life restoration of historic window and furniture glazing of the beginning of the 20th Century and earlier time periods.
restauro® has more or less pronounced distortions in the surface with scattered little bubbles and streaks which are the charcteristics of mouth-blown glass.
restauro® is manufactured in different dimensions, glass thicknesses and with a slightly or pronounced distorted surface.
restauro® is used in preventive conservation as protective glazing.
restauro® can be produced with a slight tint to harmonise with existing, original glass, upon request. (restauro® Waldglas)
restauro® is available with additional tool marks worked into the glass surface to harmonise with the existing, original glass. (restauro® Extra)
restauro® can be processed as insulating glass as well as laminated glass. Moreover, it can be thermally toughened (tempered). Acoustic insulation glass is also possible.