Layers of texture and colour weave together to create a play on light through the striking glass artwork greeting visitors at the new $17m Manning Community Centre in the City of South Perth. As the sun rushes through the clear areas of line and text of the layered artwork, a unique dimension of local history […]
Bold and bright entrance canopies adorn the portals welcoming commuters to the new underground Perth City Busport at Queen St, King St and Yagan Square. The $217m Perth City Busport project is a state of the art, landmark building for the Perth Transport Authority (PTA). Being one of only a few entirely underground bus stations […]
Leanne Bray’s textural pattern work creates a vibrant statement in a beautifully crafted metal and printed glass sculpture at Catalina In a picturesque playground amongst native landscaping, Leanne Bray of Wild By Nature studio has created a bold metal and glass sculpture connecting the blue skies of the beachside estate of Catalina with the colours […]
Situated close to the banks of the river, this modern resort style home is a luxurious sanctuary and a stunning exemplar of Cooling Brothers Vista View Frameless Balustrading Using a range of simple, high end finished products, the incorporation of Cooling Brothers Vista View frameless balustrading was the perfect solution to complement the sophisticated details […]
Today Cooling Brothers celebrated our 24th birthday!! We are so proud of how far the company has come, starting with a team of 5 to over 100 staff today. Thank you to everyone in the office, factory, on the road, our glaziers and interstate team for being part of such a dynamic workplace! Thank you […]
The Carnarvon Fuse Art Collective presents Bungarri Warduga Barndimanmanha (‘Gascoyne River Healing Journey’ in the Ingaarda language), a stunning public art piece digitally printed onto low iron, cyclonic glass.
Multidisciplinary Artist Gordon Mitchell delivers an integrated printed glass artwork using detailed imagery of the traditional blueprints, acknowledging a site rich in industrial history of brick working and timber joinery.
Great things come in small packages, and this is certainly the case with Tony Windberg’s latest installation ‘Waterline’, which uses printed glass to achieve a barrier grid animation with fantastic effect.
Whether your project is an extensive printed glass facade, a thought provoking public art project or a private commission, colour accuracy for printed glass is a hugely important consideration.
There are landmark buildings, and then there are landmark social initiatives. The Oxford Foyer is one of the few buildings in Perth that ticks both boxes.