Every time we feature a project by Studio Peascod we’re consistently blown away! Emma’s aesthetic design, artistic sense and knowledge of her craft of glass gilding are second-to-none. Nowhere is her mastery of verre eglomise more apparent than in her large, breathtaking installations. These two new completed projects, produced in association with Celia Chu Design & Associates show once more how the traditional art of verre eglomise can be blended with contemporary design to produce works of art!
The Translucent Fireplace
A unique modern fireplace design resulting from the collaboration of Celia Chu and Studio Peascod. This phantom vision of a fireplace, floating suspended in front of a fire is a striking vision that no-one is likely to forget! The idea of a ‘fireplace’ consisting of a gas fire sandwiched between glass panels was dreamt up by Celia Chu. The exclusive apartment called for a unique, contemporary design which this piece more than delivers!
The image of the fireplace is based on a traditional design but done in a way that’s anything but traditional! The ghostly image was created using silver leaf and using Emma’s trademark flair. The verre eglomise incorporates distressing to create an ethereal finish that is both reflective, with areas for the light to shine through. The light colours reflected in the cool silver contrast with the warm orange glow of the gas fire between the panes.
Golden Temple Tiles
In another collaboration with Celia Chu, Studio Peascod have worked together to create these spectacular gilded glass panels. The panels were designed and made for the prestigious Rosewood Bangkok hotel. Celia’s design takes inspiration from traditional Thai heritage and is brought to life through verre eglomise. The gorgeous panels are gilded in a mixture of precious golds in rose, lemon and yellow shades. The mirror finish of the gilded gold, along with the natural shine of the marble helps bounce light around the interior filling it with a light and voluminous feel.
To read more about Emma Peascod please visit her website at studiopeascod.com
For more information about Celia Chu Design & Associates then please visit their website at celiachu.com