View of suspended glass sculpture in city hall entry lobby, Lutz Haufschild, Public Art and Private Projects, Spectra Veil
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  • Spectra Veil: Layered and beveled glass wall, exterior view at night
  • Spectra Veil: Partial view of the glass wall from the museum interior
  • Spectra Veil: Schematic concept drawing of the museum
  • Spectra Veil: View of museum from Bloor Street
  • Spectra Veil: View of museum from Bloor Street
  • Spectra Veil: Detail view of glass wall from staircase
  • Spectra Veil: Detail with reflection
  • Spectra Veil: Detail with refracted autumnal trees
  • Spectra Veil: Detail, refracted building seen through the layered glass wall
 

The tri-angular shape of the art glass compliments the circular entrance area of the new city hall. The mouth-blown glass, painted, etched, laminated and suspended in an elegant steel frame in the light filled space, is equally attractive when viewed while entering the building, or from the second or third floors.

Location: 
The Bata Shoe Museum, Toronto, ON, Canada
Artist: 
Lutz Haufschild
Medium: 
Painted, beveled and laminated glass
Architect: 
Moriyama Teshima Architects, Toronto, ON, Canada