These impressive screens at St Mary's Church in East Molesey created a flexible space for smaller services and groups as well as a more functional vestry. The panels were fitted to retain the original wooden rood screen and full retention of light from the beautiful stained glass windows.
A curved glass screen was installed by Ion Glass at the Dimbleby Cancer Care unit at Guy's Hospital to provide privacy and an acoustic barrier for patients. Deceptively simple it comprises of five curved glass panels and bespoke metal channels.
This project at St Dionis church in Parson's Green, London, makes use of switchable glass screens to create a meeting room with the option of complete privacy when required. The glass was precisely measured to fit accurately around the corbels of each individual arch.
Glass screens in this luxury residental project in central London create a light, airy feel for the basement leisure complex.
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