Thursday, 21 August 2008

Fused Glass Frieze

FUSED GLASS frieze, just completed by Paul Lucker Designs at the newly refurbished Queen Elizabeth Grammar School, Wakefield (QEGS) Junior School.
The Mondrian-style panels form over fifteen metres of frieze at high level between classrooms and corridors.
Design concept was by Adam Hickling of InnSight Design. The colourful glasswork sets off a light and contemporary interior which is full of hardwoods and other high quality finishes.
Although Paul Lucker Designs are probably better known for their stained glass and leaded light work, the company also has a strong history with fused glass in contemporary decorative lighting for clubs and casinos, and this experience shows through in the dramatic forms of this latest project.
A few of the screens are shown here.

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