SOLUTIONS FROM GLASS DESIGNS HAVE BEEN USED BY ARCHITECTS, INTERIOR DESIGNERS AND DISCERNING INDIVIDUALS IN SOME OF THE FINEST RESIDENCES AND COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES ACROSS LONDON.
Now one of the standout developments on the iconic London skyline. Glass Designs were specified for the decorative glass screens and beveled mirrors to enhance internally this already stunning project on the banks of the river Thames.
VICARAGE GATE HOUSE
Glass Designs processed, supplied and installed bespoke showers for this high end residential project in West London.
Satin Acid glass and clever lighting were used to achieve a subtle privacy factor for the WC doors, along with the bespoke range of showers for this prestigious development in St Johns Wood.
10 TRINITY SQUARE
Glass Designs worked closely with the architects and main contractor to achieve the wow factor at The Four seasons Flagship Hotel, supplying and installing 250+ bespoke showers and WC doors. Situated opposite Tower Bridge and The Tower of London in the grand setting of the original PLA building. This stunning building has now been given a new lease of life for both residents and guests.
After completing the first phase at Lillie Square, Glass Designs secured phase 2 for the supply & installation of the toughened mirror splashbacks. Mirror splashbacks add style, depth and showcase the quality finishing of the interiors.
Glass Designs installed their range of sliding shower doors known as The Harley Series. This sleek and stylish system was very well received by both developer and architects for the 120 apartments. For the penthouses, 10mm Bronze glass was specified to add a more luxurious feel to this project in Battersea.
450 bespoke showers & bath screens along with mirrors were installed at this 6* hotel in Whitehall London. Since opening in 2011 the Corinthia still competes and provides at the highest level for the discerning clientele.
Glass Designs supplied and installed painted splashbacks for the 340 apartments and was able to apply veneer glass cladding in all bathrooms. This process allowed the architect to continue to have rich veneer’s in otherwise out of bounds areas due to steam and water in bathrooms and shower areas.