In modern glass design, sandblasting glass is a very popular technique. The process of sandblasting is one of the most desirable glass design techniques available.
There are so many forms of glass art, and fused glass or glass fusing is one of them. This process is simply the heat bonding of separate pieces of glass in a kiln.
Some months ago our local MP Ben Wallace visited our studios, he was pleasantly surprised at the world class glass designs being produced on his patch. (Northern Powerhouse – here we come!!)
Glue chipped glass has exciting possibilities for interior designers. The process involves the application of organic glue to the surface of annealed glass, as the glue dries it contracts and fractures the surface giving an organic and random ice-frost finish.
This comprised a number of seating screens with an etched glass design to the original concept by Alberto Pinto Interior Design, Paris
Prestons of Guildford now shines brighter than ever with their new showroom inspired by late 20th Century Scandinavian design.
Mirfield is home to the Community of the Resurrection, an Anglican Benedictine Order of monks. The church at Mirfield Abbey is an important grade two listed building built on a grand Byzantine model in the 1920s.
This former six storey cotton mill was transformed into offices some years ago. The reception area, Victorian cast-iron staircase and elevator recently underwent a complete refurbishment.
The refurbishment of the iconic 5 star Lanesborough Hotel in London is now complete. This is a summary of the work done by Daedalian Glass.