Preliminary Models

PUFY2_SHIH_surface proposal1

 

IMG_1394

 

 

 

 

 

PUFY2_SHIH_surface proposal2

 

IMG_1395

 

 

 

 

 

PUFY2_SHIH_surface proposal3

 

IMG_1393

 

Frosted glass brick can be used in architecture to replace traditional bricks, giving the interior of a building the ability to receive sunlight while maintain its privacy by using the burry surface texture of the frosted glass bricks. The frosted glass brick is made out of two layers of frosted glasses and with an empty space in the middle of the brick functioning like the thermal bottleā€™s vacuum space; the empty space can help maintaining the temperature inside the building and a flexible automatic window blind made out of recycling brown paper can also be installed at the bottom of the empty space, giving the frosted glass brick the ability to block sunlight away from the interior of the building anytime.

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