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Glassworks in The Seattle Times

We are so excited that our glass dividing wall was mentioned in The Seattle Times feature on this Chesmore/Buck Architecture project! Check out the article and more photos of this incredible home here.

Why are we in business?

Why are we in business? We contribute to the beauty of our surroundings by helping others in the design/built industry create stunning and functional glass installations. We contribute to the joy our clients feel when they choose us for their projects and when they are complimented on having an art piece that is also useful. […]

What do we do and why do we do it?

What do we do and why do we do it?  There are some businesses that understand their mission, are laser-focused and forge ahead.  We’ve been a bit more malleable.  Our business has morphed many times throughout the years in response to trends in style and creativity.  Along the way, we have completed some fantastic projects. […]

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Intentional Improvisation

As spring meets summer, I thought I’d share a peek at a recent counter we fabricated that complements the colorful exuberance of the season. The design was actually based on the artwork of Wassily Kandinsky, a well-known early 20th-century abstract artist.   It was challenging but fun to translate his design intent in glass. This […]


You’re Invited!

Join us at Glassworks for our Open House and Remnant Sale! It’s time to offer our professional connections and friends an opportunity to purchase glass remnants that we have accumulated in our “Garage”. These pieces are priced to go “as is”. Most of them are too large to donate to Zero Landfill, but would like […]