Sebastian Herkner’s Pastille side tables for Edition van Treeck are an example of the resurgence of glass as an interior design trend. Sebastian Herkner’s Pastille side tables for Edition van Treeck are an example of the resurgence of glass as an interior design trend.
Sebastian Herkner’s Pastille side tables for Edition van Treeck are an example of the resurgence of glass as an interior design trend.

In glass – blown, fused, cast or molten – interior designers find material of the moment

  • Amazing, magical, tactile, alluring are some of the words interior designers use to describe glass, which they are employing in daring, revolutionary ways
  • Sebastian Herkner, Maison & Objet designer of the year, and Australian Brodie Neill point to the way glass interacts with light as being part of its appeal

Topic |   Architecture and design
Sebastian Herkner’s Pastille side tables for Edition van Treeck are an example of the resurgence of glass as an interior design trend. Sebastian Herkner’s Pastille side tables for Edition van Treeck are an example of the resurgence of glass as an interior design trend.
Sebastian Herkner’s Pastille side tables for Edition van Treeck are an example of the resurgence of glass as an interior design trend.
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