As an example for its engineering performance, sedak presents the first spherically deformed, cold-bent glass: "sedak spherical"
It is based on a lamination process that creates a highly transparent glass laminate - "GlasCobond".
sedak has developed this technique continuously and now offers spherically bent glasses as a new product. sedak spherical stands out due to an especially high transparency, brillance, and reflexion efficiency.
The all-glass bridge consists of a bent glass walkway with two also bent glass balustrades. It has been manufactured from units of cold-bent laminated safety glass with measures of 2m x 7m curved length for the walkway and 1.2m x 7m curved length for the balustrades.
The glass bridge was rewarded with the "Innovationspreis Architektur und Glas"(engl.: Innovation Award Architecture and Glass) at the glasstec 2008.
Complete transparency provides a room with an open and clear atmosphere – the first all-glass stairs in the world, unsupported over 7m.
On 25th October 2006, the glass stairs were rewarded with the “Innovationspreis Architektur und Glas” (engl.: “Innovation Award for Architecture and Glass”) at the glasstec 2006.