Legacy Conservatories

Posted October 23rd, 2019 by Nicole Mihalos and filed in Uncategorized
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Are we building a boat?!

Though it may look like the hull of a great ship, it is actually the steel framework of a 1,500 SF PALM HOUSE!

Tanglewood’s on site installation team is working hard to ensure our clients can enjoy this breathtaking, water-front view year round!

Check out how far they’ve come!

Legacy Conservatories | Palm House from Tanglewood Conservatories on Vimeo.

Have you been following this project?

This Palm House is an elegant creation from another time – the 19th Century. Inside, full size palm trees and a seating area with a grand fireplace will create an oasis for mental, physical, and spiritual health.

CLICK HERE to read more about the project!

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2019 Events | A Celebration of Art & Architecture

Posted October 9th, 2019 by Nicole Mihalos and filed in Community, Dynamic Glass, Events, Get Inspired, Insights, latest, The Arts
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Image courtesy of Melanie Biehle | Seattle Refined

Are you a lover of art, architecture, and nature?

Since the 19th Century, people have been drawn to the transparent nature of conservatories. They allow us to feel more connected to the natural world without being exposed to the elements. Today, architects, builders, and even artists, such as Dale Chihuly, continue to design and build conservatories to create this inviting atmosphere.

In Chihuly’s latest exhibition at the Franklin Park Conservatory in Ohio, Chihuly: Celebrating Nature, art, architecture, and the natural world collide in a bold, colorful expression!

“I want people to be OVERWHELMED WITH LIGHT AND COLOR in the same way that they’ve never experienced.”

DALE CHIHULY

At a young age, Chihuly became fascinated with old-world conservatories and greenhouses and began to travel the world to study them. Years later, as his passion grew, he began to host art exhibits inside the great botanical conservatories around the world, bringing art enthusiasts and garden lovers together to experience both in a new way!

If you haven’t already, visit Franklin Park Conservatory and EXPERIENCE THE MAGIC OF ART UNDER GLASS! For more information about the exhibition, click HERE!

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