Friday, 25 March 2011

Glassdomain Showroom opens in Birmingham's Jewellery Quarter


Glassdomain designers and producers of high quality glass furniture – and an active member of the Interiors and Lifestyle Futures community – have opened a new showroom/gallery in Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter.

Previously operating as a dedicated online internet service, people can now see for themselves, Glassdomain’s stunning range of range of furniture. It will appeal to both discerning consumers and professionals from architectural practices, interior design houses and the furniture market.





Decorative glass heating panels by Glassdomain


The showroom also features pieces from leading glass furniture producers: FIAM & SOVET of Italy. Glassdomain have been appointed as UK representative for both these world-renowned companies. The Caadre Mirror, designed by Philippe Starck and Cini Boeri’s Ghost chair are on display and available for sale.

Glassdomain’s products for home and office are available in standard sizes, but most can also be produced to bespoke dimensions creating unique pieces.

The new showroom was previously a factory but has been reborn as a dedicated 3000 sq feet showroom/gallery. There are three show areas: one dedicated to the home, the second dominated by ICON (see below) and the third displaying the company’s ever-growing Poise range of contemporary office glass furniture products.

Glassdomain are the sole producers of ICON-GLASS, which uses a unique digital printing process to create stunning images on glass. ICON can be used in a host of different situations, from shower splash backs to reception area settings. It can even be used to create art works.




ICON-GLASS Shower splashback from Glassdomain

Glassdomain will be hosting an official launch event soon. Watch this space for details.

Address
Glassdomain is in the Jewellery Quarter at 199 Warstone Lane, B18 6JR (View on Google Maps)
Contact details
E: info@glassdomain.co.uk T: (0121) 236 6637.
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