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Red and White


This is a thirteen-window ensemble designed for the main dining room of a prestigious restaurant.

The red, white and grey abstract elements interact differently in each of the windows. The first window is a geometric design where each of the elements is balanced. In subsequent windows, the main features will evolve.

The red-active elements are not stationary. Moving from window to window, the design flows from a strict geometric pattern to a progressively more free-form presentation. Midway through the panel of windows, the core elements begin retreating to their original positions. Completing the journey, the final window, once again, is a geometric design, though not identical to the initial window.

Each of the windows is 1.5 meters high and 1 meter wide. ( Approximately 4.9 feet by 3.2 feet. )