Paul Housberg designed a 21’ x 7.5’ curved art wall made of sawtooth-shaped glass tiles for a meditation chapel on the Houston Methodist Hospital campus in Texas. The chapel is located on the first floor of the hospital’s 22-story flagship facility: The Paula and Joseph C. “Rusty” Walter III Tower.
This highly sought-after tile design, precisely sized with a CNC machine and suitable for many applications, involves a complex and technically challenging process imagined by Housberg and fabricated by Bullseye Studio.
While providing requisite privacy, the installation can be viewed inside and outside of the chapel, as the tiles mount to both sides of a clear tempered window, installed expressly to be the center layer of the installation. The artwork is lit by track lighting placed along both sides of the piece. Housberg exactingly planned all of the glass colors as well as their placement within the artwork.