Fascinating silhouettes behind the frosted glass
Wooden floor with frosted glass blocks filled with smash glass and LEDs


Wooden floor with frosted glass blocks. Under the frosted glass is the 15 cm block filled with the pieces of smashed (broken) glass, inflicted with no order to get dynamic relief knolls. On the sides of the block are light-emitting diodes (LEDS) in several colors (red, blue, green, purple and natural) programed to specific color or to change colors randomly. The pieces of smashed glass will glint (depending from which side the light is coming that moment) and also will change color depending LED color at the moment). During the day while the LEDs are off, there will be interesting blury structure bellow the frosted glass because of the dynamic relief of broken pieces.

Which problem does your idea solve?

Turning waste glass into the usable product. In this case for the aesthetic reasons. Smashed glass pieces reflect the rays of light and intensify the lights strength.

How does your idea solve the problem?

Recycling waste glass.

Which materials are you using and why?

Wood and glass

Which aesthetic does your idea follow?

Interesting colors, forms, shadows and light moves.