Glass bricks

In the 1920s, Art Déco was all the rage and became quickly widespread; this inspired Murano craftsmen to create glassware with a focus on interior design…
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The unique work of Italian artisans is now the centerpiece of a new range of bright, transparent, colored glass bricks. Interior, House Design, Exterior, Hong Kong, Architecture, Glass Brick, Venetian Glass, Facade, Savile Row
Glass bricks made in Italy by S.Anselmo | glass masonry, glass brickwork
The unique work of Italian artisans is now the centerpiece of a new range of bright, transparent, colored glass bricks.
Glass Bricks for Chanel Store in Amsterdam, MVRDV Brickwork, Design, Façades, Glass Facades, Brick, Brick Wall, Brick Facade, Glas
MVRDV replaces traditional facade with glass bricks that are stronger than concrete
Glass Bricks for Chanel Store in Amsterdam, MVRDV
Chanel store, Amsterdam – Netherlands Amsterdam, Store Design, Retail Design, Retail Facade, Arquitetura, Architect
Chanel store, Amsterdam – Netherlands
Chanel store, Amsterdam – Netherlands
Instagram, Zaha Hadid, Traditional Architecture, Facade Architecture
mimicking the red brick façade of this dutch heritage building @MVRDVs design for the #chanel boutique in amsterdam sees a replica façade made entirely out of glass bricks dissolving into the traditional exterior. see the article just published on #design
Dezeen Architecture, Modern, Facade Design, Architecture Design
Dutch Design Week Favorites of Emerging Talent Wisse Trooster - Interior Design
The history of Murano glassmaking dates back to the 12th century. Through many generations, local Murano glassmakers have been exploring and perfecting their craft, developing the most sought-after and precious glass in Europe. In the 1920s, Art Déco was all the rage and became quickly widespread; this inspired Murano craftsmen to create glassware with a focus on interior design, characterized by a wonderful synergy between simplicity and functionality. Art Deco, Home Décor, Craftsman, Granite
Glass bricks
The history of Murano glassmaking dates back to the 12th century. Through many generations, local Murano glassmakers have been exploring and perfecting their craft, developing the most sought-after and precious glass in Europe. In the 1920s, Art Déco was all the rage and became quickly widespread; this inspired Murano craftsmen to create glassware with a focus on interior design, characterized by a wonderful synergy between simplicity and functionality.