The moment you take a glimpse of arctic glass, you will be amazed at how accurately it reproduces the look of actual ice, how its beauty can be made use of for architectural purposes and how accurately it mimics the structure as well as the cracks that naturally occur in freezing temperatures. The visual effect is even more impressive if the installation is accompanied by sophisticated lighting.
Arctic glass is truly unique – both in appearance and its use. It is suitable for application in the interior as well as in highly adverse conditions in the exterior. Besides the impressive appearance, it also offers functional features and can be used, for example, as wine room insulation.
In addition to panels, it can be applied to specific designs, such as tables or bases.
However, the delightful Moscow residence does not only feature arctic glass. Evidence of the craftsmanship of Czech glass-makers is present literally from the floor to the ceiling. A wide range of architectural features have been made of decorative glass, including handrails, decorative stained glass or doors, feathers in the floor, column capitals, wine racks, or a lift cabin. These typical and atypical uses are an excellent example that there are no limits when it comes to the application of glass.
The design was developed in cooperation with the Nadine studio.