Glass Block Window
Some eight years ago on a visit to Athens, Georgia, we stopped in a small cafe. Part of the front wall was done with glass bricks. A somewhat unusual use, glass bricks don’t allow looking through, but they are great for letting in light and for privacy.
The photo was taken from the inside. That way the neat texture shows nicely.
This is not the first time that glass bricks made it into Monday Window. Here is a link to another post with glass brick windows, “A simple window“.
As you look at this photo you will notice a window across the street. A bit distorted, but a plain, utilitarian window. The glass blocks obscure other windows that are actually much more interesting. I will end with this teaser – come back next Monday to see what was behind the glass bricks.
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