Some interesting photos came through from DipTech recently of the newly refurbished St Petersburg bank in Russia. Talk about an opulent fitout. Not our cup of tea at all in terms of design, but an impressive and unique use of printed glass nonetheless. Especially the printed curved panels that clad the columns.
Lynley’s illuminated ImagInk printed glass water feature was the cherry on the cake for her stunning pool renovation in North Beach, Perth. Looking for a printed glass panel that would not deteriorate from water being pumped over it, Lynley approached Cooling Brothers after hearing about the durabilty and weather-proofing properties of the ceramic inks used […]
A vibrant 5 metre graphic featuring a sports montage and 2 flatscreen televisions, this ImagInk print on glass is the perfect touch to the dedicated sports room in Riverstone’s latest display home The Palais, in Mosman Park, Perth. The printed glass was installed in 2 pieces, and glue fixed directly onto the concrete wall behind. […]
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.
Totalling 40 panels and 114 square metres of ceramic printed glass, The Murdoch University Sports Science Hub Project was the first foray into large scale full colour printing for our new ImagInk digital ceramic printed glass. Manufactured using a digital flatbed printer capable of printing glass panels up to 2400 x 4500mm, the ImagInk process […]
One of the new striking additions to the Fremantle’s Maritime Museum is the multi-colour ‘Welcome Wall’. Found at the museums entrance, the glass structure consists of ImagInk ceramic printing spanning over 4.8m and reaching a height over 2.5m. Cooling Brothers worked closely with Architects Cox Howlett & Bailey Woodland and the WA Museum to produce a significant […]