Monday, 17 April 2017

Tall Ships Regatta 2017

Great view from Thames-Side Studios wall...

First ship to arrive...

Pedro Doncker

Santa Maria Manuela



Thor-Heyerdahl

Thor-Heyerdahl

Tolkien

TS Royalist

TS Royalist

TS Royalist

TS Royalist

Vera Cruz

Vera Cruz

Hydrogen

Artemis

Leaving Woolwich.
(photos courtesy of P. Garretty).

Tuesday, 11 April 2017

Art Deco Style

I recently repaired this stunning Art Deco door panel for Lee Green Glass. Panels like this create a distinctive street style and luckily there are still many panels down this street.



The matching glass both old Arctic and large Glistre are very hard to get now and replacements are sadly nowhere near the original texture...luckily I have some stock!

Friday, 31 March 2017

Classic Victorian Style

A beautiful door and fanlight set, recently completed...

Door made to match street style from Greenwich Glass and Joinery.

Sealed units behind the stained glass allow you to see the textures of lead and glass on the outside.

A mix of textured glasses creates a lively effect.




Saturday, 4 March 2017

Amazing Space!

The Evening Standard recently did an article on the beautiful and much cherished home in Brockley for which I did the stained glass panels for the front door. You can read all about it here;  http://www.homesandproperty.co.uk/luxury/interiors/brockley-junkyard-transformed-by-accidental-selfbuilders-traditionalwithatwist-facade-conceals-a108296.html .







Friday, 10 February 2017

Old Marylebone Town Hall

A pleasure to work for Hall Conservation on this lovely job creating the spandrels for 2 ceiling vents over beautiful marble stairwells...

Photo courtesy of Juliette Doyard.

Old spandrels.

New Spandrels

Glasses used Antique Cathedral in cobolt blue and clear.

Building works in progress...




Marylebone Old Town Hall opened in 1920, built by Sir Edwin Cooper and was listed in 1981. The new building will become part of the London Business School campus but also retain its weddings and ceremonies function, so continuing to be one of the most popular venues in London.