Rethinking the stained glass, photochromic suspension by John Slater
French designer Jean Slater presents his collection of suspension work done around the Schetrite Marilia , stained glass, called photochromic .
Set of overlapping, intertwining, shadow and light, each provision will create an original piece at a time and only around a know-how: thermoforming.
A few words of the designer:
” This project is part of a broader research context, which places the subject, the artisan and his skill at the heart of the creative process. The glass plate colored stained glass raw material, bends around a tube under the influence of the heat of the oven. Without any other intervention, the windows are recomposed initially flat volumes explode, leaving their rich colors. ”
Published work by the gallery Index of Design.
More information about the designer: John Slater
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