These leadlights were rescued from old, unstable wooden frames within a heritage renovation. The client opted to re-use the original glass leadlights in the new timber framing, encapsulating the leadlights within a custom made InsulCool double glazed unit.
Built in the mid-1920s, Hale House has been restored to house the WA Cabinet Secretariat and the Office of the Premier – and what better material to promote transparency of government than glass!
We have recently printed some lovely new double glazed units for the brand spanking Port Hedland Rec Centre. Designed by ARM Architects (can you tell?) this dynamic and vibrant Rec Centre features a pixelated half tone pattern all over those gorgeous facade panels and even the glass. Cue ImagInk! Glass aside, the visual contrast of […]
Officially unveiled on Wednesday the 8th of February 2012, Cooling Brothers flagship ImagInk™ project ‘The Munday Wall’ comprises a 9.5m high printed glass facade featuring a contemporary Indigenous artwork.