These days, designers and architects have their  pick from a variety of different types of glass,  including curved glass, or other decorative glass  options. With so many choices, it can be difficult  to choose what type will best compliment the rest  of the project. One choice that has leapt to the  forefront for those interested in a timeless, durable  and classic look is rice-paper glass. This is  constructed using Japanese rice paper, laminated  in between two sheets of glass and bonded  together. The technique and precision used in the  construction of rice paper glass, which celebrates  the natural textures and colours of hand-made  paper, have been admired for centuries. The  striking and beautiful look of hand-made paper  can be given extra strength when it is bonded to  glass, and then this can be incorporated into a wide  range of different spaces or structures. The designs can be used to accentuate other elements of the interior architecture, for a more  harmonious look and feel to a space. In many cases, this type of glass is used in hospitality or residential design, but there are other types  of projects it may be suitable for. Within restaurants or retail establishments, rice paper glass can give an ornamental and unique edge to any design. It's important to  remember that it is not only pretty to look at, however, but actually is designed to be extremely strong and durable, so that it can be used  as the core of a structure. Because it is laminated, it can be tempered or fabricated according to your specific needs to fit into a wide  variety of different project types, so that it adheres to safety standards and building codes. Another benefit is that the rice paper can be  modified to provide as much or as little privacy as you want, without resorting to traditional glass shading techniques that are usually used  for such obscuring purposes.  Combining elegance and durability, these translucent panels are decorative and exciting at the same time. Organic or geometric patterns  are popular options, with designs that range from minimalist to more modern and complex. 
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