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Architectural Glass Art, Inc. -COMMERCIAL PORTFOLIO- Expanding the Role of Glass in Architecture
Company History Architectural Glass Art was founded in 1875 as a stained glass studio, it is one of the oldest American studios in continuous operation. Ken vonRoenn purchased company in 1991 and reorganized the studio to focus on more diverse applications in glass, thereby expanding the role of glass in architecture.
Objective Architectural Glass Arts primary objective is to expand the role of glass in architecture and make it more interesting, exciting, and ultimately more meaningful for those who live, work and experience it. This is accomplished by expanding the diversity of applications and the use of new technologies.
Commercial Work At Architectural Glass Art, we are primarily concerned with the relationship between the work and the buildings of which they are a part. We approach each project individually and develop designs that are responsive to the particular character and the specific needs of each building.
North Carolina Nations Bank Laminated Art Glass Colored glass laminated to solid white opalescent glass Architect: Cesar Pelli Charlotte, NC
Mountain View City Hall Laminated Art Glass - Skylight Leaded Glass & Fired Ceramic Fit - Atrium Walls Architect: William Turnbull & Associates Mountain View City, CA
Napa River Grill Cast Glass and Fiber Optics Interior Design: Swope Design Group Louisville, Kentucky
1250 Connecticut Avenue Leaded glass with dichroic fins Architect: RTKL Architects Washington, DC
Indianapolis Power & Light Prismalite Laminated beveled and dichroic glass Architect: Rowland and Associates Indianapolis, Indiana Plat
Othellos Jazz Club Prismalite Laminated, beveled, sandblasted glass Barry & Associates Architects Louisville, Kentucky
Federal Courthouse Prismalite Laminated beveled glass Architect: Sherman Carter Barnhart Covington, Kentucky
M.D. Anderson Cancer Center Prismalite Laminated bevel clusters Architect: HKS Houston, Texas