St Mary’s Cathedral in Darwin features eight magnificent printed glass windows above the main entrance, forming the Bishop O’Loughlin memorial window. The project utilises Cyclonic Glass and was installed by the Cooling Brothers glazing division.
We’ll leave you with this one for the weekend, a quick snap from the inside of St Mary’s Cathedral in Darwin. All the new ImagInk printed glass panels are now in place, and the scaffolding will be coming down next week. Watch this space for a full wrap on this fascinating project… Happy Friday!
Work began last week on the Bishop O’Loughlin Memorial Window, for St Mary’s Cathedral, Darwin. The existing coloured glass windows are being deglazed, and the old steel frames replaced with brand new cyclone rated sections from Capral. The new glass is a 14.28mm Tempest Guard™ makeup, which consists of 2x 6mm toughened low iron paired with […]
Late last week we completed printing for the 8 new windows for St Mary’s Cathedral in Dawin. Ensuring we were replicating the artworks as accurately as possible when printing on glass has been an extensive and nerve-racking experience to say the least! The original paintings, a mixture of water colour and acrylic on paper, were […]
We are very pleased to announce that we have successfully tendered on the The Bishop O’Loughlin Memorial Window for St Mary’s Cathedral in Darwin. This groundbreaking new project involves a complete de-glaze of the existing main entrance windows and framing, followed by installation of a brand new cyclone rated framing system, glazed with cyclonic glass that […]
We can’t say how excited we are to see this project finally get underway. 12 months in the making, these tightly cropped photos are all we are giving away for now, but watch this space closely over the next few months. This is going to turn your retinas inside out. Oh, and it’s not a […]