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Sint-Pieters-Leeuw

Deze woning te Sint-Pieters-Leeuw kreeg een volledige facelift. Nadat de voordeur voorzien werd van een hedendaags en tijdloos artglas, volgde 3 glas-in-lood panelen aan de bibliotheek. Tenslotte kwamen de 2 binnendeuren aan bod. Hierbij werd gekozen voor één...

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Barvaux dome

For this project in Barvaux (Durbuy), we were asked to design this dome. The sunflowers refer to France, the telephone box to London.

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Loft Brussels

For this loft, John Dierickx was called upon to design 2 doors that separate the entrance hall from the living room.Between the living room and kitchen we opted for 2 sliding doors with a fixed panel on the left and right.

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First book for Artglas

  Artglas, the brainchild of John Dierickx, was the fruit of a relentless passion for stained glass influenced by his background in architectural drawing. His passion was ignited some 25 years ago and over that time he has become the technically expert artist you...

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VOKA Hasselt

Voka Limburg has thoroughly renovated the lounge area in their Huis van de Limburgse Ondernemer (House of the Limburg Entrepreneur). The eye-catcher of the concept is an artfully stained glass window that was ordered from Artglas in Zonhoven.

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New life for an old stairwell

This old home in Brussels radiates art nouveau. Since the basement rooms were also furnished as living quarters, they required additional light. The solution had to be functional as well as aesthetically pleasing. The occupants opted for a modern design by John...

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Modern art glass for an old mansion in Tongeren

Project info We designed a contemporary stained-glass window for an old mansion in Tongeren. We had to take into account the existing iron framework. To maximize incoming daylight, we opted for clear glass with many different structures. We mounted dim lights between...

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Fitting an Art Glass in existing doors

Project info These doors used to contain guss antique yellow. We suggested removing that glass, together with the horizontal and vertical wooden slats, thereby creating one large opening. Because the doors’ design allowed it, we opted for stained-glass windows in...

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