Laminating metal mesh between glass lites eases cleaning and lowers sound transmittance while providing an industrial aesthetic. In Pulp Studio’s Maglia collection, which derives its name from the Italian word for “mesh,” the Los Angeles-based glass-design firm laminates mesh between two glass lites for use as interior wall panels and canopies. The low-iron glass panels, available in sizes up to 48” wide and 120” tall and thicknesses ranging from 3/8” to 2”, can accommodate metal meshes from a range of manufacturers, according to the company. All designs are custom.