Glassy Permutations (Watershapes)

Glass tile has been one of, if not the, most distinctive material used in swimming pools. Applying the science...

Creating glass tile that is project specific – i.e., custom-made for a single client – is both a great opportunity and at times a tall challenge. It’s almost always a chance to stretch creatively and technically, and almost always big-time fun, the part where I can really think and create in terms of a specific, more personal environment for the client without considering as much, universal appeal. 

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