Pescatore Restaurant Christchurch
Pescatore is The George Hotel's premier restaurant.
This total refurbishment included three distinct areas; the white anteroom where diners are greeted and their palettes cleansed, the main restaurant area, and the private dining space which is a meeting room by day and a private dining space by night.
The Pescatore refurbishment has been designed to complement Andrew Brown's innovative food and is one of New Zealand's leading dining experiences.
The Glassroom was asked to produce the internal glass walls and screens and in so doing capture an elegance that The George could be proud of. It is fair to say , that this was achieved.
Michael Hills Private Golf Club
Inside this exclusive club house are enormous runs of feature mirror/glass panels created at our Christchurch studio.
An extroadinary sense of spaciousness and reflection add yet another magical dimension to this exceptionally well designed building.
Our Journey continues, having worked on The Hobbit we were called upon for this Epic Movie, glass procured from around the world and speedily got to Christchurch, worked on in our studio then quickly moved to the workshops of Wellington. A logistical nightmare, absolutely loved it.
Waters Edge Christchurch
Luxury Apartment Complex in Christchurch. Designed by Warren and Mahoney Architecture.
The Glassroom was favoured with providing professional coating services to this exclusive project. Over a thousand metres of Back coated glass went into this luxurious developement.
The Rees Apartments/Marina Queenstown
The glassroom was selected to provide the specialised colour coating for this project.
The Glassroom was chosen because it had the ability to maintain accuracy in its colour palette over the period that this hotel went through the furbishment stage.
Past experiences had taught the contractor that other coating companys did not necessarily maintain colour consistency over an extrapulated period.
We certainly showed that our inhouse systems were not only effective in terms of consistent colour, but our unmatched 24 hour turnaround gave our partners a very real advantage in meeting deadlines.
NARNYA The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe
A wonderfully exciting introduction to the world of fantasy. The first of a number of Epic Movies which The Glassroom were to be favoured with. As expected big movies, tight time constraints for a few moments of cinemagraphic stardom.
The BOG Hotel Auckland 2002
One of a dozen hotels that benefitted from architectural art glass produced at The Glassroom. Many a late night was worked to complete orders for hotels located in Invercargill to Whangarei.
Each hotel was given a unique style which creates the mood that these hotels are famous for. Working closely with Steve at The Design Team, the results were very pleaseing for all concerned. This hotel collected the Best hotel fitout award for 2002
SAINT MARYS TIMARU
Stained glass panel restored by restoration specialist Dorothy Ratcliff. Original stained glass window severly damaged due to act of vandalism.
Royal New Zealand Engineers commemorated
Burnham Military Camp Church became the home for this military stained glass commission, recognising the centenary of the Royal New Zealand Engineers.
Their insignia and badge were faithfully produced in stained glass by Dorohty Ratcliff.
TE PAPA WELLINGTON
Called in by the General Manager of the Project Management company [The Carson Group] to assure him that the massive Stained Glass commission in the Maori Marae area would be completed in time for the opening of this iconic building.
The Glassrooms team flew to Wellington and provided the necessary skill and efficiency, and as a result completion on time.
Duxton Hotel Wellington
The first of a number of projects with Dalman Architecture.
The Glassroom produced CELTIC cast glass panels for the Restaurant/ bar and bathrooms. Giving the hotel a distinctive and sophisticated New Zealand feel.
The Resurrection, Chandlers Ford, England
Revisiting an old friend.
2010 signalled a huge change in our direction and it was also a chance to revisit the past.
Here in southern England we revisited a piece of work which took Dorothy and David Wasely over a year to pain stakingly create.
Featured in many of the worlds journals of stained glass this set of complex windows is an experience of colour and light.
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