The interplay of light with glass can make your home, office, or other business spectacular.
UK resident Andrew Moor has been a pivotal figure in the world of architectural glass design for the past 30 years. His website describes him as “a glass artist, a glass art consultant, and a project manager assisting other artists translate their visions into glass.”
On his site, Moor talks about the difficulty of using glass as a medium in part because of its transparency, which means that light becomes a crucial part of the design. And, as Moor says, light is ever changing so the glass is also constantly changing throughout the day. When “we have daylight coming and going we are moving into difficult territory. Glass is the most fabulous medium. It inhabits a unique space on the world. But it is challenging,” he says.
Difficult, maybe, but the results can be spectacular whether they’re in a home, an office, or a retail or other commercial business. When you want spectacular results, whether it’s a small bit of glass giving a pop of glitter to a room, an entire building made of glass, or anything in between, call Don’s Mobile Glass. We started more than 50 years ago replacing dinged and broken windshields. We’ve expanded into residential and commercial glass in Modesto and surrounding areas of the Central Valley. We’re the go-to glass people when you have a vision that you want translated into reality.