Booking an Engagement
Curzon Cinema - Mayfair
Clifton Cathedral Bristol - stations of the cross
Cement Concrete Association
Techniques and Media
Cement Sculpture with Faircrete
Glass Fibre Cladding
Glass Reinforced Plastic
Large Scale Concrete Sculpture
Scaling a Pattern
Corten Metal Fountains
Clatterbridge Cancer Research Hospital
Humanities Building at Manchester University
Honolulu Civic Square
Lee Valley Water and Swiss Cottage Community Centre
Motorway Bridge Designs
Queen Alexandra's Royal Army Nursing Corps
Harlow Civic Water Gardens
London City Council
Manchester Piccadilly Hotel
Deptford High Street
Vintage Car Rally
Various 1960's concrete works
Bay Area Transport System
Proposed Fulham Stadium
Etched Glass (in situ)
the library at Wellington College
Armored safety glass can be etched on both sides when in place, giving a definite three dimensional appearance.
When such glass is on a passage way, as it was in the illustrations, the viewer, in walking past, changes the viewpoint, giving a varied, changing interlinking of lines. The method is fairly straight-forward.
Cover the entire glass area with adhesive tape, then cut into the tape with a sharp knife, peel the tape back, exposing the plain glass. This is then etched by blasting the exposed glass with grit under great pressure.
This operation is executed on both sides.
The tape is then completely removed, exposing the completed design.
The glass divides up the corridor from the library at Wellington College, and symbolises mathematics, geometry and physics.