New Colour Collection: Make room for colour!

Seves Glassblock presents the New Colour Collection: the newest line of glass blocks created to explore the realms of interior design through colour.

The collection is comprised of sixteen different shades available in the standard 19x19 glass block format and 9 shades available in additional special end formats (curved, linear and angular).Characterized by a wavy glass design, the New Colour Collection adds brilliance, style and originality to rooms with its bright nuances and colour reflections. The natural transparency of the glass -combined with the vivid colours of the collection- transforms the glass blocks into unique design elements capable of offering multiple solutions:

  • Colour
  • Transparency
  • Luminosity
  • Modularity

Colour and light are important elements in interior design, and it is through their synergy that perfect balance is achieved. The power of colours therefore, plays a key role in creating harmony and enhancing the functionality and emotional impact of a room.  The New Colour Collection glass blocks make it possible to define interior spaces with colour and thus create a desired atmosphere for each room: warm and welcoming, elegant, formal, relaxing or even energetic.   The New Colour Collection is ideal for creating partitions, illuminating rooms, giving light to windowless staircases or bathrooms, or simply making a space stand out with light and colour.

>Check out the collection here!

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Date: 1 August 2014

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