Discover Honeycomb Glass

Interior designer/fashion model MaryAnn Meppelink
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Interior designer/fashion model MaryAnn Meppelink | Photo: nathanallan.com
Introducing Honeycomb Glass, an exciting new innovation in glass design.

Imagine giant honeycombs that appear to float like pillowy connected clouds far in the distance.

As you get closer, their undulating shape takes on delicate yet bold angles and you realize the surface isn’t penetrable, soft or malleable at all — it is glass, only in an entirely new, and one-of-a-kind design incarnation.

Honeycomb Glass was created in collaboration by the world’s leading cast glass manufacturer, Nathan Allan Glass Studios and celebrated interior designer/fashion model MaryAnn Meppelink.

As one of the latest innovative products in the company’s popular Convex Series, Honeycomb’s deep cells/pockets add airy strength, a first in the A&D industry.

 A leader in kiln-formed, decorative cast glass products, Vancouver-based Nathan Allan Glass Studios brings all its creativity and craft to this new product where light, shape and durability come together in seemingly impossible skeins, resulting in ethereal sheets of glassy honeycomb shapes, to be used in a myriad of settings and applications.

Introducing Honeycomb Glass, an exciting new innovation in glass design.
nathanallan.com

DISCOVER HONEYCOMB GLASS

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Date: 27 September 2016
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