Posted by: glassblockblogger | March 1, 2017

A Showcase Of Seves Glass Blocks

Glass blocks are often used in commercial applications such as walls for buildings, schools and even staircases. It is not often, however, that glass blocks are configured as such for a specific purpose, like say, rain. That’s part of the journey Seves Glass Block departed on when working on different types of glass blocks and brainstorming ideas on what can and can’t work. The video below depicts Seves glass blocks in various ways from starting from their initial design phase to the application of said blocks in the form of a kitchen backsplash or an entire building mixing different types of blocks. The flexibility of these blocks is vast and the continuing effort to use glass blocks in different ways is no longer going unnoticed.

In the video above you can see a bit of the process of actually making the glass blocks. When compared to other glass block manufacturers you can see the many different types of glass blocks that Seves produces such as their “Satin” finish, which is similar to a frosted/misty finish or their glass blocks that have small, but tasteful designs on them. You can get a good look at one of Seves most intriguing glass blocks around the 2:51 mark. This trapezoidal block also has that “Satin” finish I described above which really makes this product stand out.

There really is a lot to learn by watching this video and I invite you to take a few minutes and check it out. Visit our website at to see the products and services we offer.

Please reach out to learn more about these glass blocks and different products they offer, or if you want some e-brochures with more in depth info. Don’t hesitate to reach out via email or phone with any questions, concerns or design advice you may want. Please send email inquiries to or call 973-777-8989 and we’ll be happy to assist you.

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