As innovative materials based on glass our research picks substances that can be applied on the glass or glazed structures and objects and effects positively and improve the quality of their inner environment. In this research project is new material applied to the sample glass material and other matrices for which we assume "inappropriate" physical properties of thermal conductivity and light transmittance. Glass bubbles are used as thin-layered internal isolation. Observed parameters are the thickness, color, structure and texture of applied materials. Among the major measurable values is light and heat transmission in both summer and winter (ie bidirectional passages of the heat and light energy). These parameters also relate to the requirements for the quality and quantity of throughput light and heat radiation.