In 2007, a glass wall consisting of 10 laminated glass elements, each weighing 450 kg, was erected in front of the Museum am Gingko (part of the Carl Bosch Museum in Heidelberg). Each of these workpieces was given a 3-dimensional structure in the central glass panel by cericom using laser internal engraving.
The work was carried out by cericom on a c-matrix machine. The engraved letters are scattered by the light from white LEDs shining over the lower edge of the glass.
The letters are luminescent and float in the glass. Thanks to innovative laser technology from cericom it was possible to create a totally unique effect.
The glass surface remains smooth and therefore dirt resistant. Wind and weather cannot harm this innovative piece of design.
Convertible with c-matrix.