Designed to reflect the imagery of the surrounding tall grass, the Museum at Prairiefire's exterior gives the illusion of the prairies on fire. The shifting colors of the Dichroic glass and iridescence of the stainless steel create a vibrant animated glow of color around the building.
Apache Corporation's new Calgary office was designed to promote employee wellness and satisfaction. A combination of colored backpainted glass and metal wall cladding were used to aid wayfinding and add life to the space.
Keeping the sight lines to a minimum, the LED lit floating glass stairs at the Aspen Ski Lodge is considered a functional work of art. This architectural glass staircase invokes a feeling of creativity, using the colors, light and shadow, and structure to it’s benefit.
When designing decorative glass signage and traction control flooring for the Caltrans District 7 Headquarters in California, Goldray Glass had to ensure both glass makeups were able to pass stringent performance criteria provided by the State. This was done by using tempered, laminated glass for both applications, as tempered glass offers superior tensile strength and laminated glass provides additional protection against fallout in the event of a break.
Cannon Design Chicago transformed their office space by incorporating architectural decorative glass elements into their design. Goldray Glass worked alongside Cannon Design to develop a custom glass elevator lobby and a projection glass wall to complete their office entryway.
With softly illuminated glass panels, the Northern Trust Bank architectural glass canopy creates a lantern-like glow, flooding the space with warm, white light. The backlit glass panels provide a bright contrast to compliment the dark wood accents throughout the lobby and keep with the understated grace and poise of the company.
When updating the Chicago O'Hare Airport Terminal 5, Goldray's digital ceramic printing technology was used to create functional and uniquely designed decorative glass elements for the space, with each detail serving a distinct purpose.
To create the unique glass staircase railings at the the Old Town School of Folk Music in Chicago, over 40 custom decorative laminated glass panels were used. Each piece portrays the likeness of a prominent or influential musician to pass through the school and works to tell the story of the building.
The sleek, opaque black backpainted glass walls frame the stairwell and surround the sophisticated sitting area and concierge. To contrast this, on the reverse of these partitions is a glossy, white backpainted glass application, creating a monochromatic effect in the space.
The Reunion Tower curved glass wall recreates the Dallas skyline using architectural dichroic glass combined with several other application techniques. The design is intriguing as an art installation, and functional as it serves as a space divider.