The U.S. Pavillion. 1964
When challenged to produce the unusual in a glass fiber reinforced product that would appear as a stained glass, S. Ronald Barnette, I.D.I.
The U.S. Pavillion
When challenged to produce the unusual in a glass fiber reinforced product that would appear as a stained glass, S. Ronald Barnette, I.D.I., and president of KRINKLGLAStm Corporation delivered.
After modifications to color and facial appearance, the plastic striated texture panel was developed. These 1650 panels have for the past year adorned the U.S Pavilion (Federal Building) at the New York World’s Fair.
The striated panels perform a two-fold purpose in that, in addition to being lightweight in structure, they permit an attractive shimmering glow during daylight hours and a uniform subtle glow during the evening.
It is a major accomplishment of the Hialeah, Florida Corporation, who provide structural plastics with the warm and aesthetic feeling. “We are trying to make available to the public those products with functional beauty and available at reasonable prices.” One such product presently introduced is stained KRINKLGLAStm.
It is available in a variety of sizes and style such as TRADITIONAL-CATHEDRAL- MODERN ABSTRACT OR LEADED DIAMOND design.