• Sculptural construction of iron and blown glass

    Rooted in the tradition of modernist and constructivist art each piece is a unique freestyle drawing in space and can be tailored to client’s specification.

    The pockets of glass are hand blown into the cage like structures and when lit, project striking linear light and shadows.  The frame work is wrought in mild steel and traditionally patinated and lacquered to a deep black-bronze.

  • Standard: Black Iron 19S

    Glass: clear, old green or different colours on request.

    Finishing & Customisation at Cox London

  • The free form construction is welded entirely from heavily forged mild steel and the bubbly glass is free blown into cube shaped pockets. Wired with LEDs (dimmable)  

  • Mild steel & blown glass

  • 1570 mm high x 2600mm Long x 730 mm wide approx.

    (inches: approx:High 62” x Long 102” x Wide 29”)

    Bespoke: Can be tailored to any scale and any number of “light cubes”.

    The glass can be coloured or tinted on request.

  • Download: Ferro-vitro.PDF

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