Decorative stained and leaded glass skylight ceiling above a stairwell of a custom-built house in Hogg’s Hollow, Toronto. The decorative ceiling design inspired by the simple classical geometric pattern of the Georgian era.
Modern stained glass front door with contemporary art glass inserts for the clients in Mississauga. The stained glass art door adds unique character to the house. Simple geometric design is enhanced by textured architectural art glass, massive sets of clear and coloured crystal jewels, bevelled glass. The coloured accent highlights are located on the eye level of each family member
In 2007 we completed a large set of modern art abstract stained and leaded glass windows for a client in St. Catherine. Full-size leaded glass sidelights for a front door, a bathroom oval window and 2 stained glass windows for bedrooms – all panels were developed in one modern geometric style with random artistic lines. Many panels were developed for odd shaped windows. The challenging task of this design was to overlay abstract irregular artistic lines over the regular pattern of existing grills of insulated units. The design was developed using clear textured architectural glasses with bevelled glass and crystal stained glass jewels as textured assents. Asymmetrical abstract thick lead lines are incorporated into a regular pattern of the windows grills
Contemporary stained glass octagon window hanging for a staircase landing of a custom-built house in Royal York, Toronto. The shape of the panel mimics the octagon window shape and suspended in the opening if the clients decide to move to a different house. Bold bright colours, clear textured glass, glass nuggets create an impressive focal point for a small landing area adding privacy to high traffic area
Modern double door entrance system with transom window for a double -height foyer of a large residence in Vaughan, Ontario. The idea of the stained glass design was to let the art lines to run through large glass areas freely with some interaction between lines and art glass. This stained glass design was further development of the idea to explore expressive line in stained glass design not only as a connector between lines but also as an independent graphic element
Contemporary stained glass hangings were designed for a charming owner of a private residence in High Park – Bloor Village area in Toronto, who is in love and balance with nature. The client is a passionate gardener with a beautiful garden in the backyard of the house. The goal of the stained glass project was to block an ugly view from the side windows of the sunroom and keep open the view to a beautiful garden in the backyard. The stained and leaded glass panels were designed as decorative hangings to have the possibility to take them if the client moves to a different location. A few years later we packed the art glass panels for the client who moved to a new home on Vancouver Island, BC
- Project Location: Toronto, Ontario, Vancouver Island, British Columbia
- Materials: bevelled glass, textured clear glass, Lamberts mouth-blown glass Reamy, Tsunami clear glue chip, glass nuggets and globes
- Techniques: stained, leaded and copper foiled glass
- Design: contemporary, abstract, art line design
Abstract modern stained glass transom windows for a living room of a custom-built residence in Horrest Hill, Toronto. The living space is enhanced with the beauty of decorative glass windows, add style and privacy to the house. We also designed and fabricated decorative glass transom window for a front door with red crystal jewels
Modern stained and leaded glass hangings add privacy and beautify a dining room space in Toronto home. Art glass hangings hide a less-than-spectacular view. The client needed to add privacy without blocking out natural light. The modern spiral wires chandelier is a centerpiece of the room and served as inspiration for contemporary stained glass window hangings.
Modern design stained and leaded glass oval window set and double door inserts for the front entrance foyer of a private house in Richmond Hill. The project was commissioned by a successful insurance broker working from a home office. The goal was to create the decorative front entrance glass system that Brightens the space, adds privacy and unique character to the house, so the house would be easily recognizable to the visitors.
5 contemporary abstract stained and leaded glass panels suspended in a bay window of the family room to add privacy and beauty to the interior.