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Corning Museum of Glass Contemporary Art + Design Wing | Architect Magazine | Thomas Phifer and Partners, Corning, New York, Institutional, Expansion, Cultural, Addition/Expansion, Institutional Projects, Cultural Projects, Projects, Thomas Phifer

Corning Museum of Glass Contemporary Art + Design Wing

Chihuly's enormous glass Chandelier under the dome of the main entrance of the Victoria and Albert Museum presents an interesting cleaning problem. The Chandelier is fixed in position so it is necessary for a heroic member of the Museum's technical staff to brave the heights on a 'Powerscope' - a type of raising platform.

A Design Lover's Guide to London

I saw a variety of Chihuly glass in Dallas, TX Botanical Gardens. - MAP This is entrance hall at Victoria and Albert Museum, London, dominated by the Chihuly glass sculpture.

Design Elements and Principles - Tips and Inspiration By Canva

Design Elements and Principles - Tips and Inspiration By Canva

Alexander Fekete | Philadelphia Museum of Art Craft Show

This contemporary art glass piece would be an outstanding focal point in a modern home

1813 French Transverse flute in D-flat at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York - From the curators' comments: "Claude Laurent, a Parisian watchmaker and mechanic, invented the technology to produce glass flutes that became an early 19th century novelty. He used lead crystal and other types of glass to make white, cobalt blue, and uranium green flutes."

Claude Laurent, a Parisian watchmaker and mechanic, invented the technology to produce glass flutes that became an early century novelty. He used lead crystal and other types of glass to make white, cobalt blue, and uranium green flutes

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Sanibel Island FL – The World's Best Shelling Beaches

Sanibel Shells - Shell bounty depends on season and time. Explore World's Best Shelling Beaches : beachblissliving -- Sanibel Beach Florida

Camille Soulayrol:  using various types of glasses, jars, and bowls upside down to act as bell jars/cloches

Look! Mixed Glass Items as Bell Jars

introduced the amazing work of stylist Camille Soulayrol. In particular, we loved this image, where she used various types of glasses, jars, and bowls and flipped them upside down to act as bell jars/cloches!

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