We recently completed this substantial bespoke stained glass panel for the kitchen window of a clients new-build residence overlooking the Lancashire hills. The panel, which has been encapsulated into a double glazed unit (effectively creating triple glazing) measured in at a not insubstantial 2.2 x 0.6 Sq/m and was produced entirely in Lamberts stunningly beautiful (if eye-wateringly expensive) mouth-blown cylinder glass.
Our design for this commission takes inspiration from the very hills overwich the clients property commands an unspoilt view. Also, from the basic structure of the glazing undertaken by John Piper and Patrick Reyntiens on behalf of Liverpool’s Metropolitan Cathedral. The colour palette was specifically selected by the client to create a warm light caste over the minimalist kitchen.
Images show the completed window both insitu and in the studio, the design development and the selected samples of Lamberts glass we used to execute the commission.