The Central Bank and Financial Services Authority of Ireland, part of the European System of Central Banks (ESCB), was founded on 1st February 1943. Located in Dublin, it is the monetary authority within the Republic of Ireland.
Daedalian Glass Studios were commissioned to create curved glass partition screens for the reception area of Ireland's Central Bank and Financial Services Authority headquarters.
Floor to ceiling, curved glass partition screens were fashioned from 12mm thick, toughened, low-iron float glass. These partitions featured a sandblasted line design with "Central Bank and Financial Services Authority of Ireland" and its logo sandblasted above the reception desk. The logo was a technically interesting endeavour to create as the intricate design required detailed etching at multiple-depths into the glass.
The glass partitions sat within metal channels, top and bottom, 45mm thick that had been were powder coated to the exact colour requested by the client (RAL 7016 Anthracite grey).
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