look no further than these glass-and-steel canopies constructed in West Village, New York City. The glass is corrugated, embedded with chicken wire, tough as nails, and great looking. The corrugated glass is stronger and is designed to catch and defuse the sunlight in a brilliant way.
One of the canopies uses amber-colored glass, and the other (on the other side of the building), uses clear glass.
For other projects designed and completed by the architects, visit their website, Bone/Levine Architects.