Designer glass screens, where privacy and light exploitation are the core requirements for this notable Civic Trust Awarded House, its architectural essence had to be acknowledged and integrated by a sensitive eye.
A series of monochrome designer glass screens to the main entrance and stairway of a private residence that provide a continuous integrated lattice module design, linking with windows in other areas, all requiring an element of privacy at ground level.
The lattice subtly changes and erodes containing interplay of varying white tones and clear areas in the upper sections, paralleling and complementing the natural movement of light.
The double glazed units are a composite of a selected obscured glass with its significant optical qualities in combination with the specially etched lattice design applied to the other interfaced inner surface. This provides protection to the worked and textured glass surfaces and also facilitates ease of cleaning to the outer faces.
The basic obscured glass, with lines of tiny lens, was also included independently in sliding doors and partitions in other parts of the interior creating a unified visual feel and providing a common light quality.