Colored glass gems make up the tapestry of the patio table, catching the light in playful ways throughout the day and adding sunshine to the cloudiest of days.
Using only glass cut-out shapes embedded in the concrete top, this table is the "Pot O' Gold" at The Clover Restaurant in San Pedro La Laguna, Guatemala.
Recycled Silverware and glass bottoms filled with shiny glass beads inspired this playful garden tabletop. Cast in solid concrete, it makes a sturdy, permanent addition that's as fun to use as it is to look at.
The surrounding garden provides the inspiration for the improvisation of glass flower and leaf forms cast in concrete.
A painted and collaged roadmap of the local area provides the inspiration for this sophisticated bistro table on a tiny apartment terrace. Combined with pieces of mirror, it easily combines the soft desert colors of the environment it inhabits.
Fluid, Fantastic Flowers executed in a variety of glass and recycled-china mosaic are set into a solid field of concrete, enhancing the visual design and limiting the "teetering", uneven surface that often accompanies mosaic table tops.