Casting glass technology (evidence o fit can be found approx. 400 years B.C. among Egyptians, Phoenicians and Persians), which experienced its comeback in the 20th century after long centuries of oblivion. Czech artists Stanislav Libensky and Jaroslava Brychtova, which belong to the founders of the studio in Pelechov, rank among the most important „re-discoverers“ of this method.
Mold melted glass sculpture is made as a sculpture from a drawing and design through modelling of the production of a mold, which is filled with glass shreds. Casting and following slow annealing of glass can last for several weeks. It is followed with surface treatment with acid and possible grinding ane polishing of glass.
Model production (plaster, wax, polyuretan, clay, 3D technology)
Selection of a suitable type of glass (more than 80 colors of glass, production of a special color from 150 kg)
Casting and annealing
Grinding and basic cutting
Hand cutting and polishing to high gloss
Painting on glass
Mastering know-how of the production of big-size pieces and their installation
Thorough project preparation on the basic of realization documentation
Project and design works
Knowledge of safety risks (static, strenght issues)
Knowledge of all details and functionality (purpose) of the product
Modelling, forming, stucco works, casting, grinding a polishing, gluing, special packing, metal works, welding, model makong, etc.