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Hollingsworth Glass Stair Treads, West Vancouver BC
When the idea of a floating Glass Stair Tread was first floated (no pun intended) by Russell Hollingsworth Architecture, West Vancouver, all were excited. At the same time, Nathan Allan factory technicians realized the difficult process which was about to begin. Visualizing this incredible staircase was one process, but producing the final Glass Stair Treads was entirely different. As a result, architect, engineers, and cast glass producers, all combined their expertise and visions. The floating Glass Stair Treads were an alluring concept, but could they be produced. Was it possible that this incredible vision could actually be brought to life? Furthermore, could the Glass Stair Treads be safely engineered? The photos of this exciting, exclusive project, confirm an architect’s spectacular vision. Accordingly, they also show a commitment by Nathan Allan technicians, to produce the impossible…. READ MORE
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Custom Glass Specialists
El Paso Architectural Decorative Glass Produced By Nathan Allan. Nathan Allan Glass Studios is a wholesale manufacture of architectural cast, textured, slumped, kiln formed glass. We partner with discerning architects and interior designers in the El Paso, Texas area to specify our architectural cast glass in their projects. After specification, Nathan Allan works with local glaziers and millwork companies, who will site measure all application areas, and provide us with final measurements.
At our main factory and showroom in Vancouver, British Columbia Canada Nathan Allan produces all specified cast glass products. These beautiful cast glass products are shipped directly to the glazier or millwork company handling and installing our decorative glass. Please note, that as an A&D industry wholesale manufacturer, we are not open to the public.
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