Stained Glass commissions in Oxfordshire, London and Hampshire areas.
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I have been designing and restoring stained glass for over twenty years. I like to work closely with clients to design panels with them and which work with the particular architectural period and space. For example, the tall panel in this photograph was designed to allow the changing scenery to interact with the colours in the glass. Either side of the central design I put clear glass to give a sense of connectedness to the outside whilst also achieving a level of privacy.
The following work was done for the design company Casa Forma, London. The project involved working with the interior design brief and traditional architecture and producing panels which at first glance look original- as they use traditional methods of hand painted glass -but the design has a subtle contemporary feel and palette.
A bespoke contemporary front door design. The clients wanted a geometric modernist feel to the design,
The following design was for a bathroom panel, based on flowing water and river stones.
Front door and transom in keeping with a handsome Victorian house,again a contemporary twist to a traditional design.
Before and after the restoration and rebuilding of a panel. I often use reclaimed glass in the restoration process as quite often it is difficult to match the original glass with new colours and textured glass.
Clients are often missing panels as part of a set of windows, these can be matched with the original work.
Here a matching transom and front door series of panels were made to match an existing side panel.