Glaast New Brand and Website

Constantly improving ourselves and our services.

New Brand

First and foremost, we have updated our brand! Our new brand reflects the way Glaast has grown since its conception, and in line with the continued development of our services, products and people.
The improved brand ID may appear to be a modest update of our previous brand ID but it’s the changes behind the scenes that has driven the new look.

New website

Focusing on working with professional and trade businesses the new website enables us to showcase the high quality imagery we produce and apply to glass projects for commercial and domestic environments through our library.
The trade services section ensures manufacturers understand the breadth and benefits of our services for their required outsourced processes.
Clean and simple, to the point, honest and professional. That’s our new brand and website.
We’d like to thank The Marketing People for working with us to create our new brand and design and develop our new website. We believe the site and brand now shows us as the company we are, rather than what we were, and has given us the opportunity to promote our services effectively. Thank you to all those who have referred Glaast, the new brand and website will help you when referring in the future.
We welcome any feedback regarding the brand and website, so please let us know in the comments below, or give us a call.

BAR IN CENTRAL BIRMINGHAM

The brief for this project was to clad the bar front, pillars and fireplace of a busy nightclub in Birmingham.

The client was looking for a colour that was in keeping with the club franchise that also had some depth and tone. Through visiting our showroom, they chose an existing walnut effect, digitally altered to give it a deep purple twist.

Through Photoshop we book matched this effect so it flowed effortlessly from panel to panel, whilst also putting careful thought into the panel placement to make the joins look minimal. Once confirmed, the manufacture time of this project was a little less than 3 weeks, which we managed to complete with time to spare.

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Surface Design Show – Glaast are exhibiting

Glaast are returning to the Surface Design Show this year to catch up with acquaintances and customers alike, introduce the improved products and services we offer to architects, designers, buyers, fitters, specifiers, manufacturers, and decision makers

Giving us the opportunity to meet those working on domestic & commercial projects who are genuinely looking to source new and inspiring solutions for their client base and afford them a point of difference.

We welcome the opportunity to discuss your ideas and how our products and services will enable you to fulfil the aesthetic, practical and functional requirements of your live and potential projects.

SEE US STAND 456  Click to go to “Glaast at the Surface Design show 2017” on the surface show website.

Surface Design Show - Glaast are exhibiting

ILLUMINATED TIME PIECE

This Project was to produce the surface for an illuminated time piece for designer Ben Rousseau.

The project involved creating three distinctive diameters that were sandblasted to Bens specification to allow the surface to illuminate accordingly.

Diameter one and two were from our antique Mirror range, one in our Petelia antique mirror and one in our Cagliari antique mirror. Both surfaces offered a great level of reflection while also looking dynamic and textured.

The third diameter was made using our selvered print technique, using a silvered black shagreen pattern. Putting this effect on first and sandblasting the back afterwards provided the light areas with a fantastic skate skin texture, giving the clock a completely new dimension.

If any of the work in this project is of interest, please feel free to get in touch with Ben Rousseau to help construct beautiful interiors that are intelligently lit, info@rousseau.co.uk

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PERIOD HOME

This project was to clad the feature walls of 3 bathrooms in a period home

The brief was to construct the master bathroom in antique mirror, tiled in various sizes, clad the second bathroom in a printed grey birch finish and the 3rd and arabescato marble finish.

To ensure the antique mirrors longevity, each tile had to be sealed once processed to ensure it was immune to the effects of steam and water. The cut-outs had to be carefully judged as the gaps between the tiles could course the alignment of the pipework fittings to be out.

The arabescato print was split into 4 sections, to define the book matched effect, and the grey birch finish had to be templated accurately due to the severe bow of walls. The overall affect gave the rooms a varied and complimentary finish to the period of the home, showing even the most subtle patterns can still give a room a large impact.

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BARS FOR CORPORATE EVENT

This order was for an event on the outskirts of London. The brief was to construct 17 mobile bars of various sizes, Cladded in printed glass with high gloss internal finish.

The bars themselves needed to be durable, as they were to handle hot trays and food, the internal shelves had to be constructed in a way the bars could handle their own weight on wheel castors and handle the weight excess food and drink for the guests.

The print itself was chosen by the customer, with the requirement for the venue logo to be on the central bar. The pattern itself had to flow from one bar to the other, to ensure the lines were not too disturbed when nested together.

After confirming design, the time scale was 19 days to construct assemble and deliver these bars to the venue. Through intensive Man hours this was achieved, with the end result being a hygienic, durable high quality product that looked great.

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