The Bewbush Centre

Bewbush, to the south west of Crawley, was mainly developed in the 1970’s as part of a re-generation programme. I was commissioned by Crawley Borough Council to develop a series of 22 glass window panels and interior textile banners for the new Bewbush Centre, designed to enhance health and leisure facilities for the local community. Consultation with local residents groups resulted in bringing elements of local parks, lakes and wildlife reserves into the urban environment, realized through blocks of coloured and photographic film laminated into double glazed units.

Penlee House Gallery & Museum, Penzance

This window was commissioned as a memorial for Hazel Burston, a director of Penlee House Museum. Fabricated by Bernard Becker Glass Studio, this three metre high, acid etched, coloured and laminated glass window panel is located on a light stairwell added as a later addition to the original building.

The Moor, Falmouth – Bus Shelter Panels

This series of ten glass panels for bus shelters was commissioned by Carrick Council in Cornwall, as part of a regeneration project for the Moor, in Falmouth. The toughened glass panels were silk screen printed with fired enamels, retaining areas of transparency.