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Luxury Architecture within Glass

The royal exchange central bar in London
The Royal Exchange, London

ICONIC BRAND FORTNUM & MASON needed the professional design and expertise in glass and materials for its latest glass lighting scheme for the central bar in The Royal Exchange’s central courtyard.

The Michael Ruh studio worked collaboratively with Universal Studios and Nocturne Workshop to develop high-quality original lighting designs that reflected the grandeur of the architecture of the building combined with the distinct branding of Fortnum & Mason of enlightened heritage and luxury and we are thrilled with the result.

Counter Top Hand blown Glass lighting

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Fused glass made from glass waste
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Monocole Film on Glassblowing with Michael Ruh
Monocole Film on Glassblowing with Michael Ruh

This wonderful four minute film captures the making process of our handmade glass light shades made from recycled glass and blown into a mould made of paper.
Pentagram for Imperial College
Pentagram for Imperial College

We are delighted to share our part and that of others in the making of ‘The Circle of Benefactors’  installation at Imperial College. We were commissioned by for Pentagram Design for Imperial college  to create the glass discs for the modular installation which was inspired by the cellular structures of a living organism.