This Viennese Wisteria window was designed while wondering what wisteria would like when done by a Prairie School architect.
These french door panels are made of German hand-blown and custom iridescent glass.
This Garland entry window features an amber iridescent glass we had custom made for us by a manufactuerer in Portland, Oregon.
Garland window detail
I used the motif in the Garland window to frame a piece of wavy german glass that will allow a clear view of whatever will be displayed in these cabinets.
These windows are based on the laylights Frank Lloyd Wright designed for the Tomek House as per the client's request.
The twelve panels of this wrap-around sunroom have strategically placed distorted glass to keep the neighbors from peering in.
This was my first attempt at making a Prairie inspired design.
These panels replaced clear glass that worked well a hundred years ago when the house was surrounded by open land. Now the house is on a street with tons of foot traffic.
My Prairie designs have less repetition and more open space than was common among adherents of the aesthetic.
Entryway panels for an Arts & Crafts home in Long Beach, California.
This laylight for a home in Connecticut is loosely inspired by the art glass designs of William Gray Purcell and George Grant Elmslie.