Friday, 23 October 2009

London, SE1, leaded hall doors

This pair of unusual leaded panels are based around a stylised beetle design, and created for the artist who originated the pattern.

They are made from strongly textured uncoloured irridised glass (Spectrum Baroque), and a 'wispy' grey/pink. The irridised glass changes appearance depending on the ambient light and viewing angle.

Installed October 2009
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Sunday, 18 October 2009

Bromley abstract stained glass

We were asked to re-create a window that had been comprehensively damaged in an attempted break-in. Virtually all of the glass was broken, and mostly lost. We were able to establish the abstract pattern from the remains of the lead, and use our judgement, with the client, to determine the glass to be used. As with most deliberate (and usually accidental) damage, the costs were covered by insurance.
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