Bespoke glass design studio Daedalian recently completed a complex project at a Royal Palace in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
The British Glass member designed, manufactured and installed an intricate Majlis wall in the residence of one of the Princes of the ruling Saudi royal family.
Over 200 individual pieces of glass were created for the piece that stands at four meters tall and ten meters wide.
Each piece of glass was water-jet cut to create the precise designs, kiln formed, etched and silvered with the design and manufacturing stages of the project taking over a year to complete.
Due to the size of the project, the wall was part assembled in the company’s studios in Poulten-le-Fylde before being shipped to Saudi Arabia for installation.
The piece sits alongside an already glittering portfolio for the high end glass makers based in the North-West that includes the Savoy Hotel, York Racecourse and the Met Office Headquarters.