Together with a walk-in fromagerie and gourmet pizza bar, this stunning Woolworths flagship store features a vibrant digitally printed glass façade.
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.
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!
Shenton House is a purpose built medical and cancer treatment centre located directly opposite Joondalup Health Campus on Shenton Avenue.
Designed by SJB Architects as part of the larger Yarra Gardens Precinct development, Green Square is a dynamic residential development located 3.5km from Melbourne’s CBD. The project comprises four buildings each with indivual lobby access, gathered around a large internal courtyard, or ‘green square’.
Perth based artist Rick Vermey designed these engaging murals for the glazing at the emergency waiting area in the new Bunbury Hospital. Our ImagInk ceramic printing process was the preferred method of printing due to the UV stability outdoors and cost effective alternative to adhesive vinyl.
Check out our installation progress of Pam Gaunt’s printed glass facade on Oxford St in Leederville, Perth – structurally glazed with backlighting!
Have a peek into the installation of 600sqm of custom printed balustrading which we’ve sent across the country to the Green Square Apartments in Melbourne.
In this update we cover two new, ground-breaking artistic works by artist Harry Nankin, being lifted into position in the main foyer of 360 Collin Street, Melbourne.
For this automotive training centre, Artist Rick Vermey collides art with engineering by combining both Imagink Ceramic Printing and Whisper Acoustic Laminate into a practical solution and a bold visual statement.