Embossing the surfaces turns glass into a permanent, persistent liquid form. By creating a substrate along with the formation of glass, the movement of light and the view through the glass changes, which gives a new look and introduces new light to the space.
The glass is placed on a mold or base that is embossed and made of fire-resistant material. At very high temperatures, the glass takes the form of a substrate. Molds are made from different materials that allow the creation of different shapes and structures, from technically precise to free, artistic ones.
In this manner, it is possible to obtain different sculptures, vessels and other spatial forms. Structured or embossed glass is heat-treated glass that takes shape with regard to a given mold. This technique makes it possible to obtain additional dimensionality and depth in glass processing.