Charles Farruggio Charles Farruggio Interior Design
This glass wall sculpture was created for a private collector's SoHo Duplex. Four modular panels form one seamless piece that is 120" wide and 32" high at the mid point, and gradually tapering to 24" at both ends. Thin strips of hand cut stained glass, dichroic glass, and mirror, were wet sanded and assembled in a three dimensional layered configuration. Inspired by the northern lights, the color palette consists of earth tones with pops of green, blue, lavender, fuchsia, teal, and amber.
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