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Origami [or ə 'ga mē] Mosaic
noun
origin: Japanese

1. The Japanese art or process of folding squares of paper into representational shapes
2. From ori meaning "folding", and kami meaning "paper".

Lunada Bay Tile takes inspiration from the ancient Japanese art of paper folding with the introduction of Origami glass tile. Delicate angles and subtle geometry emulate the techniques and visuals seen in the iconic art form and recreate them in three-dimensional glass mosaics. Available in four patterns: Nami, Sway, Vesper and Vesper Twist.

Glass Maintenance

Note on Installation: Origami Mosaic is not recommended for submerged applications.

Note on handcrafted material: Our hand-made process incorporates creases, wrinkles, waves, bubbles and other surface effects indicative of hand-made glass, all designed to capture light and enhance the final beauty of the project. Variation in color, shade, surface texture, size and minor edge irregularities (including occasional chipped sides/edges) are natural characteristics of all our products and should be expected. Samples and photos provided are representative, but may not indicate all variations of these characteristics.

 

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