Terrazzo Makes a Comeback and Pushes Beyond Flooring

Posted by Steven Schrenk on Jul 17, 2018 1:55:33 PM

 

A bottle of wine shared on a romantic date for two doesn’t have to go to waste once the last drop leaves the glass.

Old architectural glass that once adorned a city skyscraper doesn’t have to lose its purpose after the structure is demolished.

A city traffic light can continue to impact its surroundings even after it’s been cracked.

Keywords: Interior Design, Sustainable Design

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This Hillside Home Brings The Outdoors In With Bistro Green Recycled Glass Surfaces

Posted by Steven Schrenk on Aug 3, 2017 9:43:14 PM

 

Tucked away in Westchester County, New York, is a modern architectural gem with long fluid lines and sharp edges, emerging from the natural bluestone and grasses of its surrounding landscape. It’s a hillside home of contrasts, inside and out, where rough rock meets glossy glass and rooms are flooded with light funneled through a giant glass cube called The Pavillion. 

Keywords: Bistro Green, Sustainable Design, Bartops

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And We Have A Winner... Arkin Tilt Named 2016 Vetrazzo Design Star

Posted by Steven Schrenk on Jul 15, 2016 11:00:00 AM

It was a tough job, sifting through beautiful residential and commercial projects featuring Vetrazzo: curved islands, sparkling bathroom vanities, corporate kitchens and even a veteranarian hospital. But we perservered to bring you a Vetrazzo project that is as sustainable as it is beatiful. (You're going to want to move right in just for the roof deck alone.)

Thank you to all our entrants and congratulations to our winner, Arkin Tilt Architects!

 

Keywords: LEED, Sustainable Design

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5 Backyard Designs That Are Sharp As Glass

Posted by Steven Schrenk on Jun 17, 2016 10:00:00 AM

It doesn't matter if they're in Naples, Florida or Detroit, Michigan, when the temperature hovers at that delightful 80 degree mark, homeowners want to get out of the house and into outdoor living.

Keywords: Sustainable Design

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Beach Chic Kitchen Designs (Without the Seashells and Fish Nets)

Posted by Steven Schrenk on May 20, 2016 9:00:00 AM

Like a blue water beach vacation, the appeal of the coastal kitchen endures through seasons and trends. But we all know a few beachy kitchens that we’d like to forget (hello shellacked seashells and driftwood art) that were more tourist t-shirt shop than tranquil retreat.

You want your beach inspired kitchen to be everything that is day at the beach - light, warmth, fresh air and a cool splash of color. More homage to the sea than a picture of it. Let's take a look at three classic coastal designs that bring a breeze of summer without the fisherman’s net and starfish appliques.

Keywords: Coastal Inspired, Sustainable Design

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Is Your Brand Committed To Green Initiatives? Here’s How Some Companies Are Putting A Focus On Sustainability

Posted by Vetrazzo on Feb 29, 2016 2:15:20 PM

Over the years Vetrazzo has enjoyed a successful track record of being featured in many commercial projects, due in large part to its immediate visual appeal but also in that it carries a specific message of being an environmentally friendly product produced in a socially responsible manner. Its versatility makes it suitable to a variety of design styles, especially within the educational, retail, institutional and hospitality sectors.

Keywords: Charisma Blue, Cubist Clear, Ruby Red, Commercial Projects, Interior Design, Sustainable Design, Patina

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Mindfully Made

Recycled Glass Countertops

Vetrazzo recycled glass surfaces were hatched in Berkeley, CA in 1996. With 16 of our colors boasting Cradle to Cradle Silver certification, our commitment to sustainability is more transparent than ever.

Truly a great American innovation, Vetrazzo is the original recycled glass surface proudly made in America.

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