Decorative simple stained and leaded glass octagonal skylight for traditional stairwell landing. The decorative glass skylight was designed in pastel colours with clear acid etched textured and bronze glass, clear and bronze bevelled glass accents. The stained and leaded glass skylight was featured in Bethesda Magazine in 2017. Follow this link to read full article >>
In 2007 we completed a large set of modern design 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. 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 and modern stained glass windows design for the custom-built residence in Vancouver. Stained glass windows were installed in a kitchen/dining room area to brighten the space, add character and privacy to the windows. The glass used in composition brings contrast in texture and color: cold sculptured Duncan glue-chip and Lambert’s hot mouth-blown glass Remi, cold polished beveled glass, and fused glass accent globes.
Classic leaded glass windows custom-designed for the dining room and kitchen of a custom-built residence on Mississauga Road, in the Credit River area. The homeowners sought a home suitable for both family living and entertaining. Rich materials and the finest craftsmanship combine to create an atmosphere of casual elegance.
For the same clients, we designed decorative leaded glass skylight for a staircase hallway. You can explore more images of this beautiful custom-built house in the Credit River area designed by architect Bill Hall