For over 30 years, Skyline Design has set industry standards by pairing passion and knowledge about fabricating decorative glass with a resolute commitment to design. Skyline Design’s inventive techniques and processes expand the possibilities of glass to improve the utility and beauty of spaces.
Skyline Design partners with leading architects, artists, and designers to redefine patterned glass in architecture. Shown below (from left to right): Suzanne Tick, Alexander Girard, Patricia Urquiola, Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec.
Skyline Design has continually redefined glass in architecture and interior design, making glass the prominent creative building material it is today.
Skyline's proprietary digital technology prints colorful imagery and patterning on glass.
Skyline’s proprietary Vitracolor back-painting process for writable glassboards and wall-cladding.
Skyline's proprietary etching process is created with recycled aluminum oxide for a fine, consistent finish.
Skyline's laminated glass with color and printed interlayers for interior and exterior use.
Deep, consistent texture is engraved into the glass, resembling rolled or cast glass.
This commitment to sustainability is reflected in Skyline Design’s fundamental building material: glass. Made from natural materials, glass itself has an unlimited life cycle—it will not deteriorate under normal conditions and it is recyclable at the end of its life. For those reasons, glass offers an environmentally superior platform for reengineering lived space.