According to interior designer Rick Salangsang of DES Architect + Engineers, “GLASS RECYCLED’s GlassMODE product is a unique and appropriate solution to sustainable design."
Plano, TX (PRWEB) December 29, 2011
A recycled porcelain product by GLASS RECYCLED was recently installed in all the high-rise buildings of Moffett Towers, a 1.8 million square feet premier Class A office, research and development campus in Sunnyvale, California in the heart of Silicone Valley. This seven-building complex is situated on 52 acres with unobstructed views of San Francisco Bay, with each building being an architectural masterpiece of steel, stone and glass.
According to interior designer Rick Salangsang of DES Architect + Engineers, “GLASS RECYCLED’s GlassMODE product is a unique and appropriate solution to sustainable design. With our firm working toward the environmentally responsible LEED certification, it made sense to use a material made largely from recycled materials as part of the projects eco-friendly theme’
GlassMODE uses factory-second toilets and grinds the porcelain into chips, then mixes them with a durable epoxy to make a beautiful, hard surface for bathrooms. And while DES Architect + Engineers selected a neutral base to contribute a timeless look, custom designs can be created by specifying an epoxy color that can be matched to virtually color and creating stunning designs with the inclusion of various color recycled glass chips.
With a full commitment to the vision of the project, the firm chose to utilize this recycled material for each and every restroom vanity thorough the entire Moffett Tower complex.
GlassMODE was selected over a number of other hard surface materials including custom cast concrete and quartz stones because it ‘had more character and was price competitive – as well as the fact it contributed a LEED credit, Materials & Resources Credit 4 for recycled content and helped gain a LEED silver certification for the project,” according to Salangsang.
Moffett Towers is just one of the many significant projects using GlassMODE, including Michigan State University in East Lansing, Michigan, Dow Chemical World Headquarters in Houston, Texas, Children’s Museum of Phoenix, Arizona and the ITT Corporate World Headquarters in White Plains, New York.
For a limited time, GLASS RECYCLED is giving clients the chance to experience this great product – as well
as a number of other recycled glass applications for residential and commercial use, by kicking off their January
White sale now – offering an IPad2© with each order placed by January 31.
For details on the White Sale including available products, colors, and specifications, visit http://glassrecycled.com/january-white-sale. The White Sale offer is good on any custom combination using the firm’s bright white base. Considering there are a number of glass, porcelain and mirror chip color and size choices, hundreds of final color choices are available during this special offer. Recycled glass countertops and bars are a perfect fit for GLASS RECYCLED products, but designers can also custom create tabletops, desk and just about anything imaginable with this exclusive GlassSLAB product line.
And with the recent unveiling of our GlassSTORE and Designer Showcase to create custom samples, one can conceive and order any color combination they can imagine, in addition to helping the environment by specifying recycled materials.
In addition to GlassMODE, the company also offers GlassSLAB for kitchen countertops, GlassPLANK for recycled glass terrazzo flooring and wall panel products, GlassDECOR that can be transformed into uniquely designed interior products such as table tops, glass panels, ceiling tiles and other imaginable applications and GlassSCAPE – which is loose, bagged recycled glass and porcelain aggregate product that can be used as a permanent and beautiful alternative to groundcover, mulch or used in fountain and aquariums.
To find out more about this cutting-edge product, visit GlassRecycled.com, phone 888.523.7894 or contact glassrecycled(at)gmail(dot)com.
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