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Featured Cast Glass Projects

For over 20 years we've been involved in site-specific architectural projects and have a history of working with architects, landscape architects, interior designers and industrial designers on projects that involve cast glass in the environment.

Lookingglass Theatre Company - Sign and Sculpture

John Lewis Glass produced this free standing banner sign and sculpture for the Lookingglass Theatre Company of Chicago. Located on North Michigan Avenue in the heart of the city, the sculpture stands outside the newly renovated home of the LTC in the historic Water Tower Pumping Station. Designed by Morris Architects|Planners, the sculpture measures 8 feet in height and consists of 12 separate castings which were pressed, ground flat and joined together to form this hollow, rectangular tower. JLG executed the theatre's logo in white gold leaf on tempered plate glass, which was then inserted into the hollow and accentuated by the blue "water" graphic laminate in the center of the piece.
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Cast glass Tear Drop Sculpture

John's inspiration for this nearly 8 feet tall, light cobalt blue sculpture was a river rock that caught his eye in a Japanese restaurant. He envisioned the smooth, naturally formed shape increased to human scale and recreated in translucent cast glass. His idea appealed to clients David and Vicki Cox, who commissioned the "glass rock" sculpture.

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