Big Sugar Restaurant & Rum Bar
Fused and slumped glass sconces.
The theme of this bar was identified as rum, so we referenced sugar cane in these fantastic wall sconces that covered the walls of an outdoor Florida bar.
Bistro One West Restaurant
St. Charles, IL
Fused, slumped and blown glass pendants.
A riverside restaurant and music lounge made these designs which echo river tributaries an easy pattern choice.
Blown and slumped glass chandeliers and sconces.
Then owner asked us to make this chandelier based on Chihuly’s Bellagio ceiling, but wanted something contained that was designed to enhance the space of an owner’s booth seating arrangement.
Rhapsody Restaurant at Chicago Symphony Center
Blown, fused and slumped glass lamps and sconces.
Blown, fused and slumped glass pendants, lamps and sconces.
A wood craftsman turned a piece of wood for us to pull a mould of the stem for this mushroom, after which we blew the glass to get this precise amazing lamp base. It was an incredible joining of craft techniques to get really unique finished glass pieces.
Fused and slumped glass pendants.
This pendant is an assemblage of three striped panels that hang on a stainless steel triangle skeleton. It is a fun compromise meeting the opposing desires of the homeowners. These panels have a colorful iridized surface making the wife happy during the day while the lamps are off, and the room is illuminated by natural light. When the lights are turned on in the evening, the interior illumination overrides the surface treatment and shows the base glass color, creating a neutral patterned shade.
Slumped and painted glass pendants.
Clumps of light fall like clusters of grapes to illuminate this wine bar and restaurant.
Blown glass pendant ceiling installation.
Another adaptation of the Bellagio ceiling adapted to make the homeowner’s dining room into an art installation.
Blown glass chandelier.
We were asked to fill three stories of space in the magnificent great room of this residence, without overwhelming the natural light coming from an entire wall of windows. Making this chandelier like a giant tree that had come inside was an innovative solution.