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Design Tech Artglass
Timeless Artworks in Glass Since 1975

Carve etched glass table top, Water lily and koi design

Glass Artist Doug Fillbach, owner of Design Tech Artglass is a noted
designer and fabricator of fine artworks in glass. His solid design concepts and diverse skill set which includes glass, metal, wood, and fine finish work allows him to create wonderful artglass as well as multi media works of art for fine homes and commercial spaces. His talents
range from exquisite stained glass to leaded and beveled glass doors and
entries; sandblasted, etched and carved glass windows, site specific artworks and sculpture.

Doug's sense of timeless design and technical expertise has landed him a diverse list of commercial, corporate and residential clients throughout the country. Known for combining architectural design elements with classic symmetry, which imbues his artworks with fluidity and motion,
he has developed a distinctive style that is marked by uncompromised
quality. His artglass has been featured in award winning homes and  numerous national publications.

The creative use and broad range of applications for artglass make a unique statement for clients seeking to enhance residential or corporate
spaces through innovative art concepts. By working one on one with clients, the fusion of Doug's technical expertise and signature design style, results in successful works of art that suit the function, theme and
sensitivity of each space.

His philosophy is simple,"From custom dream homes to humble abodes
it is an honor to create timeless artworks in glass that will be treasured and enjoyed by all who view them." Whether it's subtle elegance or a major statement, allow us to be part of your vision by designing artglass
features to enhance your special environment. Give Design Tech Artglass
a call to discuss your project, view our extensive portfolio, and explore how the interaction of glass, light and space can meet your design objectives. We have proudly served residential and commercial clients
throughout the Pacific Northwest and beyond for 46 years.


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