• Banducci looks to Oceanside Glasstile's Tessera mosaics when he wants to add pizzazz to his baths, including the one shown here. The tiles are made from silica sand and, in some cases, post-consumer recycled bottle glass. A fan of the products' durability

    Credit: Copyright John Sutton (2008)

    Banducci looks to Oceanside Glasstile's Tessera mosaics when he wants to add pizzazz to his baths, including the one shown here. The tiles are made from silica sand and, in some cases, post-consumer recycled bottle glass. A fan of the products' durability

Banducci looks to Oceanside Glasstile's Tessera mosaics when he wants to add pizzazz to his baths, including the one shown here. The tiles are made from silica sand and, in some cases, post-consumer recycled bottle glass. A fan of the products' durability, the architect also appreciates how “light seems to dance across their surface.” The line comes in four sizes and dozens of iridescent and non-iridescent colors. Oceanside Glasstile, 760.929.4000; www.glasstile.com


  • David B. Banducci
    David B. Banducci

banducci associates architects
david b. banducci, aia
san jose and danville, calif.
www.baarchitects.com