Opaque, translucent, or transparent, white, clear or colored…

…glass has an extraordinary range to transform light and atmosphere. Glass will reveal the breath of light, ever changing throughout the days and seasons. With subtlety or prominence, stained glass contributes to architecture by enhancing the presence of light, providing decorative detail, standing as a work of art, obscuring a view, reflecting the pulse of a public space or creating a minimal, meditative environment. The architectural stained glass of Frank Close has served these goals in a wide range of commissions for public buildings, corporate offices, commercial spaces, residential architecture, churches and synagogues.

Rondel Series | Corporate | Residential | Church and Synagogue | Public