3,050 mercury glass Landscape Design Photos

Arterra LLP Landscape Architects
5 Reviews
Small City Garden
Ideabooks7,433
Questions6
Try QVC mercury balls
the mercury glass type globes
yard art - mercury balls
QVC Mercury Balls...Clean glass balls...glass balls
“Garden path” — mclofgren
Boxhill Design
17 Reviews
Desert Retreat
Ideabooks39
Questions0
Mercury glass for patio
“collection of votives” — pamelatyrrell
Cipriano Landscape Design & Custom Swimming Pools
1 Review
Modern Outdoor Fireplace Designs & Landscape Design NJ
Ideabooks27,990
Questions9
Furniture looks like Barlow Tyrie Mercury http://atlanticpatio.com/brands/barlow-tyrie/barlow-tyrie-mercury-deep-seating-module-middle.html
glass fence...Glass Tile...glass walls
“Deck com siporte liscina” — leonmasi
Tim Cuppett Architects
13 Reviews
Courtyard
Ideabooks22,535
Questions11
Glass is tempered and frosted, approximately 3/4" thick, Glazing installer set panels on steel tabs welded to steel columns, added gaskets; then steel column is skinned with wood.
Acrylic doesn't weather over the years like I assume glass would. Advice??
WhAt type of glass panels were used? How thick we're they?
I am looking tomdo alternate panels in glass. I think something like this would make the privacy fencs less solid looking and
Are the tempered glass panels available in Manitoba, Canada?
Who is the vendor for the blue frosted glass. I want to get shower doors made of it.
How were the glass panels secured to the frame? Thank you!
Are the panels tempered glass or acrylic panels??? How thick are they??? I've used Acrylite panels (from Tap Plastic) for some outdoor small art projects, but not sure if using them for a fence gate (our next project) is a good idea. Acrylic
“glass screen for courtyard” — willy_abbott
Authentic Custom Homes
4 Reviews
Custom Gated Entry
Ideabooks2,803
Questions2
simple, , mercurial
“Gate” — coricyp
Archiverde Landscape Architecture
23 Reviews
Crestwood
Ideabooks2,508
Questions1
This stained glass window was purchased form an
Stained glass is nice. Admits light. Interesting colour.
Reclaimed stained glass from thrift shop repurposed and turned into rolling glass gate
A trip to renowned Dallas landscape architect Robert Bellamy's studio inspired this stained glass gate. "We tried to buy Robert's gate, but he would not sell it. Therefore, we had to find a great window and make our own," Bibb says. The team found this one at an architectural salvage shop and then had
“nice” — Sunil Goyal
Steven Miller Design Studio, Inc.
Great Highway
Ideabooks2,273
Questions2
Translucent glass that provides cover and then has a strip of clear glass at eye level to allow view outside
Strip of clear glass at top for view and privacy.
This bridge has translucent glass to eliminate the views that happen with two parallel panes of glass. Note the strip of clear glass that occurs at eye level, allowing views out from the bridge.
happen with two parallel panes of glass. Note the strip of clear glass that occurs at eye level, allowing views out from the bridge.
This bridge has translucent glass to eliminate the views that happen with two parallel panes of glass. Note the strip of clear glass that occurs at eye level, allowing views out from the bridge.
uncertainty, a vagueness. This translucent glass connector inspires wonder. It hovers above a pathway, mysteriously linking two places while carefully controlling what the home's inhabitants see, both into and out of the connector. The deliberate slot of clear glass at eye level reinforces the mystery and
“Frosted privacy glass...” — chadballard
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Shell Beach Residence
Ideabooks4,729
Questions2
ide of using frosted glass or stained glass
The frosted glass wall. Adds privacy, but retains light
other end of the spectrum, glass walls minus the ceiling will block wind without blocking all air flow, which is particularly helpful should you want to enjoy an open fire pit! Frosted glass, as seen here, will give you a little more privacy, and the slivers of air between the glass inserts and the mullions
“I want this” — Jamie Lowe
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