THE MAKING OF
SAND TO GLASS by STUDIO SAHIL
When heated to 1,575 °C, sand becomes liquid. It is the detritus of pebbles, and pebbles are rocks that have been broken by pressure, baking sun, coursing water and frost shatter. When exposed to temperature and pressure, sand becomes glass. No matter its final form, every glass object contains centuries of history and deep connection to a physical landscape. In the Sand to Glass Series, sand is the both the raw material, and the glass itself.
Watch the video and take the journey to the making of fascinating Sand To Glass series. The results are not only beautiful functional objects, but also a great way to reconnect with nature through touch.