Laminated glass is manufactured by permanently bonding two or more sheets of clear, tinted, low-e, patterned, wired or reflective glass with one or more interlayers of tough, polyvinyl butyral (PVB) resin sheeting in an air autoclave under heat and pressure to create a single, solid construction. The glass can be annealed, heat-strengthened or fully tempered, and the sheets can be of equal or unequal thickness. By combining tinted glass, reflective coatings, silk-screened patterns and pigmented interlayers, a wide array of laminated glass configurations are available to meet specific design, security, performance and code requirements.