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may 2017A balustrade and a monumental door
A balustrade and a monumental door shown at the Revelations Biennal at the Grand Palais in Paris
A BALUSTRADE AND MONUMENTAL DOOR BY BERNARD PICTET SHOWN AT THE "REVELATIONS" BIENNIAL AT THE GRAND PALAIS IN PARIS
The Barbara balustrade is formed by a succession of sculpted shapes, distinguishing it from a classic handrail.
The individual elements are made from extra-white laminated safety glass (40 mm thick) which has been frosted over its entire surface. The different widths and shapes are achieved by sandblasting, to give each element the soft, sensual contours of pebbles on a beach.
Each sculpture is sealed into the metal string to naturally follow the gradient of the stairs.
LEDs can be incorporated into the string to light the glass; the sculpted elements can also be given other forms.
Glass: ATELIERS BERNARD PICTET
© Design and concept: ATELIERS BERNARD PICTET
Dimensions: Н 90 cm х L 165 cm Thickness: 40 mm
This monumental door stands out for its colour and for its striking decorative presence.
It is made from extra-white laminated glass (19 mm thick). The reverse side is engraved with a diamond saw then covered with green patinated leaf and gold leaf whose shimmer accentuates the rise and fall of the pattern.
The patinated brass frame is completed by a cast bronze handle that exactly replicates the engraving on the glass.
Other patterns, colours and finishes can be created.
Frame and bronze handle: VLD ORGIAZZI
Decorated glass: AТELIERS BERNARD PICTET
© VLD ORGIAZZI
© Design ATELIERS BERNARD PICTET
Dimensions: 2,300 х 900 х 30 mm
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