Glass blocks hand made in Italy. The Mendini Collection is comprised of 'Pegasus' winged glass blocks: special blocks which effectively reduce the joint size to only 2 mm, available as 190 x 190 x 80 mm with a smooth glass design and metallized finish. The handmade process used to achieve the modern colours is made possible by the refined, artisan production technologies which maintain the authentic purity of the shades. 16 vibrant colours are available, each given the name of a precious stone. Recommended for interior applications.
The technical, dimensional and aesthetic features meet the requirements of DIN 18175/77, EN 1051-1 and -2.
The glass blocks (in accordance with EN 1051-1) belong to Class 1, which is the highest quality level available.
190 x 190 x 80 mm
F11/111 Mortar jointed glass block walling
F11/116 Mortar jointed, sealant pointed glass block walling
F11/121 Sealant jointed glass block walling
F11/131 Mortar jointed glass block walling
F11/136 Mortar jointed, sealant pointed glass block walling
F11/141 Sealant jointed glass block walling
Glass Blocks – Mendini Collection
Agata Q19 T MET
Ambra Q19 T MET
Ametista Q19 T MET
Berillo Q19 T MET
Black 100% Q19 T MET
Black 30% Q19 T MET
Citrino Q19 T MET
Corallo Q19 T MET
Giada Q19 T MET
Malachite Q19 T MET
Rubino Q19 T MET
Topazio Q19 T MET
Tormalina Q19 T MET
White 30% Q19 T MET
White 100% Q19 T MET
Zaffiro Q19 T MET
Placed on the side and above the panel for absorbing movement of the structure.
Openable frame, model A, 215 x 225 x 90 mm
Openable frame, model B, 215 x 425 x 90 mm
Openable frame, model C, 420 x 425 x 90 mm
Various options available; consult literature for details.
Stainless steel rod
For reinforcing the wall.
White pre-mixed mortar for installing and finishing vertical glass structures.
Grey pre-mixed mortar for installing and finishing vertical glass structures.
Standard product features
190 x 190 x 80 mm.
- Openable frame:
For 190 x 190 x 80 mm glass blocks, designed for room ventilation; the painted aluminium openable frame can house one, two or four square blocks.
Plastic spacers which vary according to the size of the necessary joint, block thickness and the type of wall; placed between one block and another, they create evenly spaced joints, keeping the framework rod aligned and away from the glass blocks.