Structured (or ornamental) glass is made by the moulding method. It is normally textured on one side and plain on the other.
Structured glass is translucent, it permits the passage of light but - depending on its pattern texture and color - reduces visibility.
It is typically 4 mm thick and is available in white (clear), matte, yellow and bronze colors.
Structured glass is mainly used for the glazing of internal doors, kitchen cupboards and cellar windows, i.e. where the aim is translucency and reduced visibility.