Art Deco stained glass wall

Lead lines as the strength of the composition

This stained glass wall was designed for an haussmannian appartment in Paris. The window looks out onto an old wall that the stained glass creation hides while allowing the light to flow in.

The textured glass blurs the outside view but does not darken the room.
The lead lignes in the composition were created to form an elegant pattern that seems symetrical at first but in fact isn’t.

Dimensions : 190 x 200 cm
Pictures by Paul Grillo and Hervé Goluza