A wave-like pattern is visible on the outside of The Sage Gateshead, UK.
Glass structures sparkle like gems in the sunlight and stand tall like towers of ice. They can be made up of sharp geometric angles or appear rounded with gentle waves. With its beauty and versatility, it’s no wonder that glass has become such a popular building material. Once, cities may have been filled with gray or brown monoliths in boring box-like shapes, but they now feature an ever-increasing number of glittering constructions.