Kaohsiung Rapid Transit Corporation, Kaohsiung, Taiwan
Public Art Project: rapid transit station canopy, concourses, entrances, and curtain walls.
Art Glass: 10,800 square feet (1,000 square meters )
Entry Suite 11’ wide x 22’ tall x 1.5” thick
This laminated layered work is based on the idea of a Toucan flying through the rainforest.
Integrated in this façade is an electronically controlled pivoting door that operates silently.
18” wide x 26” tall x 10”
deep framed and back-lit front layer of carved one-half inch thick glass with a clear layer behind that and a double etched mirror as the back.
Two Panels, 4’ x 10’
Each of the panels consists of German Fischer hand-blown art glass.
Copper foil technique was used to join the hundreds of cut glass pieces, all of the metal work is copper plated.
This free-standing stained glass sculpture and layered glass forest environment graces the hospitality bar at the worlds largest cold beer storage facility at Trident Distributors for Anheuser-Busch in Sante Fe Springs, California.
Handblown German Fisher Art Glass, Copper foil technique, hand drawn artwork, copper plated metal work, brush coated custom steel sash, cap column to wine cellar from entry of ocean manse by famed archtiect Fred M. Briggs, AIA.