Baker Mackenzie

Baker Mackenzie

This 10 metre wide glass screen sits behind the main reception desk of the law firm.  The screen is lit by artificial lighting but behind the screen are large west facing windows, which sometimes allow the setting sun to illuminate the panels and throw coloured light...
BAT

BAT

These huge abstract glass canvases are made with screen-printed enamels fired into toughened glass.  In some panels there are added ‘slumped glass’ elements bonded on adding a rhythmic geometry to these bold sweeping brushstrokes.  These panels are typical...
Institute of Electrical Engineers

Institute of Electrical Engineers

A back-lit pair of walls that were made for the top dining and meeting area of this contemporary Guild. It shows a classic use of narrative imagery folded seamlessly into an abstract composition.  The back-lit panels face the windows that look out over the river...
Smith Klein Beacham, Corporate HQ in Harlow

Smith Klein Beacham, Corporate HQ in Harlow

This nine-metre-tall architectural glass artwork encloses two conference rooms on different floors.  The wall stands behind the main entrance to the building and is part of this four story corridor that runs laterally through the building, acting as link between the...
British Gas

British Gas

A twelve metre long wall of glass encloses the Boardroom of this Corporate HQ.  The work has been made entirely with opaque fired enamels onto heavily etched and sandblasted glass. The two doors at either end of the wall show the very dramatic effect of this...
Lancelot Place

Lancelot Place

This public art project, just opposite Harrods in London, starts outside the building and traverses into the interior.  The first panel is 3m tall and entirely made with screen-printed enamels fired into the glass. This panel stands outside the building, with two...