We have been working on a series of five panels inspired by Australian Aboriginal Art for a historic property in Old Aberdeen, and this week saw the installation of the largest window.
Forming a large light above a set of French doors into a garden room, the window curves to fit the roof of a “pend”, or tunnel formerly used to bring horses through from the street to a courtyard at the rear of the building.
The client is an electrician on a fishing boat out of Fraserburgh, and had just finished building his family a new home. The window acts as a screen in a ground floor room, and features the landscape of Orkney and the client's boat as well as waves and fish. We fabricated a frame to hold the panel on the interior of a double glazed unit.