Eden House, London, E1

111 dichroic glass fins

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Eden House is part of the Spitalfields Market Development Area situated in a constantly evolving and modernising area of East London. This project was designed in conjunction with Scott Brownrigg Architects and elegantly transforms and brightens the interior space. The 111 fins are each made from three layers of glass, one dichroic piece laminated to two toughened panels of clear glass. White lacquered wooden cladding provides a neutral backdrop accentuating the colour of the dichroic fins and additionally obscuring the fins fixings, with a clean, crisp aesthetic.

 

 

 

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