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TriBeCa Interior Design

TriBeCa Interior Design PGB
How beautiful is this! 
This screen has captured my attention. I love how the light shines through the colored glass.  To fabricate the screen,
artist Susan Woods sawed blackened-steel tube into segments, welded them together, and inserted rounds of
colored glass.

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Credit: Interior Design Magazine, TriBeCa apartment
Photo by Eric Laignel

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32 comments:

  1. Imaginative use of translucent colour - set off beautifully with the dark black circles - this is absolutely stunning!

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  2. It's uplifting. A really beautiful piece of art. In fact, I love the whole space! :) Thanks for the post: checking out the link now. :)

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  3. clever way of separating space and create more privacy :)
    also a great conversation piece!

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  4. It's beautiful. Like happy, colored, floating bubbles in your eye's periphery...

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  5. Beautiful,looks like a mountain of colored bubbles,so funny .
    Hugs
    Cecilia

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  6. What a beautiful piece of art! Thank you for sharing.

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  7. Lovely new adaption of stained glass use... Would also look great in public spaces! very bubbly..

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  8. A Shower Enclosure similar to this would be very interesting.

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  9. Good design doesn't have to be boring.

    This is a great example of fun/good design. It is memorable and leaves you with a happy feeling.

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  10. Patricia,

    From an artist perspective it's "live art", from a designer's perspective it's "visually fulfilling", and from a client's perspective it's "awesome". Can't ask for more fabulous can we...love it.

    Bette

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  11. I love it! A simple, contemporary room w/this piece would be so fantastic. Thanks for the find! I'm going to the Susan's site right now in search of more treasures. :)

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  12. That is a fantastic room divider,
    colorful and still gives an open feel. Clever work of art.
    yvonne

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  13. I love it too - such a great focal point. I bet it looks great and totally changes the look of the room depending on the lighting. Awesome.

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  14. Wow!! These colourful bubbles looks very beautiful and it is very attractive. I like this idea and creative art!! Thanks!!

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  15. Stunning! I love it, thanks for sharing.

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  16. Looking at the screen reminds me of a video produced by a Ogden native named Gadi Leshem. The video is about a dachshund being the chairman of the board on the one of the top winery in Napa, California. The screen looks like an entire winery shelf, and the sunlight passing through it further accentuates the colors, and gives it life. Here's the link for the video I'm talking about if anyone is interested. http://www.bizazzmedia.com/ludwig/

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  17. Wow! That looks fascinating. That is really a wonderful idea of separating space. Thanks sharing that artful room divider. :)

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  18. This idea is so cool I was looking for something like this!
    this summer I will try to do my wall like on the picture!!
    Great Job
    Marek

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  19. This screen compliments not only the interior of the room but the view and location of the building. The black factory framed windows outline the colors of the view from the window and this screen mimics the view and colors seen, even with the black iron framing the colored glass.

    Just lovely...

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  20. So pretty! Thanks for sharing!

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  21. So relaxing, just a beautiful solution to the room

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  22. Wow, that is really an artistic output. Very elegant and stylistic yet easy on the pocket - if I guess it right. I so love it being designed into my very plain living room.

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  23. Wow - absolutely stunning. Is that in someone's personal home? I could also see it working well in a restaurant at the entrance.

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  24. Anonymous12/9/10

    Made me think of camera lens filters...

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  25. We love the stain glass window, looks awesome! Considering getting it in our home.

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  26. very nice sculptural design. I love work with translucency and light mixed with shadow.

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  27. Joanna24/9/10

    Stunning stained glass screen! Nice post.

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  28. i always admire your interior designs and concepts. i have heard from my relatives in vancouver and alberta about your works. plus, your eye for unique designs is really remarkable. hats off! looking forward to your future posts.

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  29. I love it too. It´s a great idea.

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  30. Love this, a very interesting design!

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