CARVART then etched the infiniti pattern onto 400 linear feet of glass panels, which form a two-story, frameless curtain wall on the building's facade. The glass panels are composed of two layers of glass sandwiching a half inch of air. The pattern appears on both sides of the front sheet, the rear layer is frosted on one side and mirrored on the other. The result is luminous and ever-changing depending on the position of the sun.
Heritage and tradition blended with creativity and innovation. Old world craftsmanship combined with new world cutting-edge execution. This is CARVART.
Led by Edward Geyman, CARVART has progressed from a mom-and-pop operation started over 20 years ago by father Anatoly Geyman out of a Brooklyn factory, into a thriving architectural glass business with clients from across the country and Europe. One thing remains unchanged from its small-company days – the Geyman touch – an unwavering commitment to providing expertise and personal enthusiasm for creative expression on every project.
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