shatterproof glass


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shatterproof glass

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Clients with behavioral issues as a result of the traumatic brain injury (TBI) require shatterproof glass, industrial-strength low-nap carpeting and rounded corners on all furniture.
The bank-style screens - in shatterproof glass - reach from the counter to the ceiling.
The prisoner is handcuffed and separated by a partition of shatterproof glass, steel trim, and wire mesh.
Installed at the entrance to the space, it invited the viewer to fissure a pane of shatterproof glass underfoot, while a pristine sheet was suspended above--two states of the same body, flesh to bare bones.