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Design Schematics and Why They Matter to our Final Work

One question we love to ask ourselves during our glass design process is: Why are we choosing this shape and form?


While our glass prioritize aesthetics, it carries a vital role in how we wish to express the natural botanical elements such as moss and wood that are associated with it.


The earliest stage of our glass design involves finding the right form and balance by creating a schematic or drawing of how everything will connect.


Essential factors such as how the glass door will interact with our scientists during the moss transplantation process, how it performs under different light ambiance, and how it feels like in our client's hands greatly influence its final form.


This gives us a high-level view of what we are crafting. Once we have a schematic, it’s much easier to find (and fix) potential issues early on.


The design schematics and 3D renders are essential components of the design process, even before the prototype is made. They help keep our team on the same page as we work through the different stages of the development process.

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