Just add water
Drink in the translucent beauty of glass and water
Alexa Yablonski -- Interior Design, 5/31/2003 12:00:00 AM
|Artwork in Architectural Glass||Bendheim||Joel Berman Glass Studios|
|John Derian, through Papivore||Dolcé, through Ann Sacks||Kentfield Collection, through Boyd Lighting|
|Ligne Roset||Maya Romanoff||Skyline Design|
Primarily known for its candy-bright colors, this company's most recent art-glass mosaic tiles tone it down—with elegant results.
Tuxedo glass makes an art of distortion. A nondirectional swirl pattern mimics the look of antique handblown glass. Available in more than 25 colors and laminated versions.
Thibault Désombre's Bora decanter perfectly blends art and science, with a direct shape and pristine lines. Call the look "laboratory luxe."
Joel Berman Glass Studios
This edgy threesome is a sampling of Triô, Joel Berman's latest texture in cast glass. Suitable for interior or exterior applications, the sheets can measure up to 4 feet by 10 feet. Available in 24 standard colors and unlimited custom options.
These immaculate bubbles form the lead-crystal strands of Todd Rugee's Cascade series, which includes 4 ceiling-mounted light fixtures.
Artwork in Architectural Glass
We were hooked on this different kind of glass curtain, featuring various shapes and colors of fused and slumped glass attached with metal rod hooks. Despite a delicate and airy impression, the curtain contains strands with the strength to reach 8 feet in length. Skyline Design
Part of the new Texture and Weaves collection, Large Open Weave, Small Open Weave, and Two-Sided Etched Weave celebrate a loose interpretation of the grid. With a maximum sheet size of 56 by 124 inches, these three etched-glass patterns are suitable for applications including sidelights, door lights, feature walls, and panels. Laminated color versions, shown here, are custom. Maya Romanoff
Divinely decadent, Beadazzled wallpaper wraps rooms in sumptuous shimmer and touchable texture.
These eminently collectible domed paperweights feature flower portraits. Gloxinia is captured here.