Fiber Optic Glass Block Wall 8
Written by Fred Daues on January 28, 2016 in Glass Block Bars/Partitions Glass Block Walls

Fiber optics in glass block walls are not difficult as long as the project has proper planning and design.   This blog will show various walls using fiber optics.  Always keep in mind when designing fiber optics in glass block masonry board that you must allow for a continuous loop of fiber.  On this bullnose accent wall the fiber optic is installed going up the jamb. The glass block is installed using silicone and the bond coating has been removed from the edge of the block receiving the light from the fiber optic cable.  This can also be accomplished using 90 degree corner blocks.  The corner has the fiber optic installed. The glass block wall is then broken down into smaller panels and installed. You can also put fiber optics in shower walls. You can integrate the fiber cable through the shower curb and up the glass block wall. Masonry & Glass Systems can fabricate, ship and install if necessary fiber optic glass block walls for your project.

Fiber Optic Glass Block Walls

You can literally borrow light from one room and move it to another and at the same time carve out space. The effects of light through glass block during the day and into the evening provide you with an ever changing glass wall that is always appealing. If you or someone you know is looking to add a glass block wall or glass block partition to their home or office, please contact Masonry & Glass Systems in St. Louis. They specialize in all types of glass blocks in all different sizes. They are proud to be a glass block dealer for Mulia Glass Blocks. For more information on glass block walls, glass block bars or glass block partitions please email them at: or call 314-535-6515