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What we did

The balustrade was etched with a silver birch pattern and LED`s were integrated underneath the wooden capping of the handrails. This edge lighting technique passes light through the panel, highlighting the deep etching of the design. The silver-birch design was also used on the cabinet and bedroom doors (8mm low-iron glass) utilising a multi-depth and multi-sided etching technique to create a textured 3D design.

For the laminated partition screen and doors in the master en-suite, a translucent white chiffon fabric was selected to create a glowing effect. The adhesive interlayer used is completely waterproof and a surface coating was added to the inside of the shower to aid maintenance and cleaning.

The circular breakfast bar featured a cracked ice glass design laminated with a coloured interlayer and back painted while the worktop of the office desk used a technique called verre eglomise - painting and etching in gold, white, and silver.

All the door furniture and substrate preparation was delivered and installed by Daedalian Glass Studios.

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