Here at school there are few spots that are not patterned in any way with glass, pebbles or marble. During the 90 years of school history students have been involved in this work and created a sort of museum showing the various methods used for creating individual floors.
This year, the 3rd and 4th course (in the fourth year, graduates primarily work on commissions) took part in such a project. The main school entrance was placed with a flooring made of smalts and bright pebbles. Until now it consisted mainly of ugly concrete as the complete entrance was restructured only recently. For the floor sections the students prepared the sections in an indirect technique and installed them last week. You can watch in the gallery how the work was done.
I like the floor very well! And who knows? Maybe it will be our turn to cover the concrete wall on which we lean during sunny breaks.