White & Case, London EC2

White & Case, London EC2

Corporate art with dichroic glass These two beautiful glass artworks are made with a mixture of resin-filled sandblasted glass, bonded glass rods and dichroic glass strips. This stands in the reception of this City of London law firm. Each set of three panels creates...
1 Heddon Street, London W1

1 Heddon Street, London W1

Back-lit office entranceway glass feature¬† This office entranceway, just off London’s Regent Street, is transformed by the 7m tall back-lit glass artwork. The feature is designed in collaboration with the well-known glass artist, Martin Donlin, and is on the...
Baker Mckenzie HQ, London EC4

Baker Mckenzie HQ, London EC4

Screen printed enamels   This dramatic abstract glass artwork is made with screen-printed enamels on large toughened glass panels and with mouth-blown glass pieces bonded on. It was designed by the London-based glass artist, Graham Jones. The style is typical of...
John Lewis, Cheltenham

John Lewis, Cheltenham

Digitally printed glass   The facade for John Lewis’s Cheltenham store was designed to complement the architecture, using graduated dots that follow the curve of the windows and change gradually in...
Jermyn Street, London SW1

Jermyn Street, London SW1

Office entranceway feature in enamelled glass This simple glass artwork, including the cupboard doors below, has been manufactured using ceramic enamels. The design uses architectural features taken from the famous Apollo building nearby of the same period. This...
Eden House, London E1

Eden House, London E1

111 dichroic glass fins Eden House is part of the Spitalfields Market Development Area situated in a constantly evolving and modernising area of East London. This project was designed in conjunction with Scott Brownrigg Architects and elegantly transforms and...