Remembering architectural glass trailblazer and Pulp Studio founder Bernard Lax

Earlier this month, Bernard Lax, founder, owner, and CEO of custom glass manufacturer Pulp Studio, died in Los Angeles. Beginning in 1996, Lax propelled Pulp Studio into one of the industry’s most innovative companies, particularly in the realm of graphics-integrated glass panels and bent laminated glass products. Lax also founded KIN Whiskey, which makes bourbon as well as white, moonshine whiskey.

In addition to his pathbreaking work in the glass industry, Lax was a fan of AN and Pulp Studio continues to be one of the paper’s major sponsors. In a tribute to Lax, several of his colleagues and friends have contributed remembrances, which appear below in slightly edited

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