Added March 2013The collectors moved into this townhome in 1995, a few years after they started collecting contemporary glass art. As their glass collection grew, they started putting up shelving, including creating the unit that separates the dining and living rooms. The shelves in the study went from holding books to holding glass sculpture. And lighting around the house had to be added. The couple loves living with their collection in every room of the house, being able to look anywhere and see how the glass sculpture changes during different times of the day. They also wanted to show glass sculpture together with their other art, rugs and furniture –all the other things they have collected over the years.
Collection 30's Gallery Images
Hallway to Dining Room
Kitchen and Breakfast Room
Second Floor Study
Second Floor Office
Second Floor Hallway
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