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Spring Workshop at the Glasshouse

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Open House and Workshop

Come celebrate the arrival of Spring at The Glasshouse

Our studio and muse space will be open on March 28th, 2015 from 10 am until 2 pm in celebration of the new season. We’ll be conducting a Workshop on Setting the Springtime Table at 11 am and 1 pm.

Stop by for some prosecco and some Spring inspiration. We’ll be featuring our new spring/summer collection of linens as well as a workshop and demonstration. At 11 am and 1 pm – “Setting a Spring Table” which will include color palettes, bringing the outside indoors, easy flower options, and fun and festive ways to fold napkins. Follow this link to RSVP and location details.

A bit about the Glasshouse and our location

For a day event or overnight, a visit to the glass house is a delight of the senses and an experience in iconic modern design. The house and studio is located in Champaign-Urbana, Illinois which is about 120 miles south of Chicago on Highway 57. Amtrak services C-U from Union Station 3X per day. The house is a 2,400 square foot,  3 bed, 2 bath home designed in 1967 by John Replinger. The home is a U-shaped plan with a central courtyard. Both south-facing facades are entire made of glass and look out to unobstructed views of a private golf course. The East-West facades are entirely enclosed except for the entrance which features another floor to ceiling plane of glass. The floor plan is divided along the two main corridors in the U – one is an open great room and kitchen and the other corridor houses the bedrooms. The openness of the rooms combined with the glass facades and shiny reflections produces an exhilarating spatial and optical experience which is unique to glass architecture. Contact Modernplum at for inquiries. Images by Phillip Kalantzis-Cope and Allison Warren.



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