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 glass fins supplying additional support. The small airlock area has another wall of glass, with beautiful red discs bonded to the glass, running alongside the external wall. The glass discs are all cut from Lamberts ‘mouth-blown’ glass. As the architectural glass artwork goes into the interior it turns around to become parallel to the external glazing – the discs shifting from red to blues and greens and finally white.
Lancelot Place designed by Canadian Zeidler Architects