The Churchill Hospital, Oxford

Glass 'water' feature

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This feature for the Churchill Institute in Oxford includes a six metre tall waterfall, expressed in glass, plus an eleven metre long river, also expressed in glass. The brief was to create a dual purpose area where children could play safely but would also act as a work of art for the entrance area of the building. The waterfall has dichroic film behind it which creates a shimmering effect of greens and blues sparkling and twinkling as you move in relation to the glass. In this way it embodies something of the beauty of real falling water.

 

 

public buildings

ABBEYWOOD SHOPPING CENTRE
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Digitally printed glass fa?ade and dichroic glass fins

ROYAL BROMPTON HOSPITAL
London SW3

Toughened and laminated glass with screen-printed enamels

EMMANUEL COLLEGE LIBRARY
Cambridge

Seventy six panels with uniquely designed graphics

 

FREIBERG CHURCH
Germany

Stained glass and screen-printed enamels

 

THE CHURCHILL HOSPITAL
Oxford

Glass 'water' feature

UK SUPREME COURT
London, W1

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