It isn’t every day that we feature a piece of glass we created for a commercial property rather than a domestic one, so today we thought we’d change things up. The image you can see above is a picture of the fused glass art we created for the Radlett Synagogue in London, although it’s been quite a while since we’ve seen it in person.

It features the colourful tree logo of the organisation, a wonderful image that was plenty of fun to translate into the medium of glass, as well as a skyline of Jerusalem depicted in silhouette form. The background of the piece mirrors the colours of the tree, needless to say, adding to the effect and really tying the visual style of the panel together. The whole installation was done on a set of doors that were then set into the wall.

Our resident glass artist Lisa really enjoyed having the opportunity to take on a piece as large and culturally significant as this, and we think that it looks absolutely stunning having been put in place. Looking back on it today, it’s definitely not lost its shine one bit! There’s no doubt that this piece is continuing to inspire, turn heads and grab all the right kinds of attention years after being installed.

We’re always happy to create pieces for commercial use as well as for use in the home, so this job was one we welcomed with open arms.

There’s nothing quite like fused glass art to brighten up a space or create a stunning one of a kind aesthetic for any commercial space. Take a look through our portfolio, and we’re sure you’ll find something that may just inspire some incredible ideas. If you’d like to get in contact with The House of Ugly Fish, you can find our full details right here on our website. We’re more than happy to create pieces of all shapes and sizes, and there’s nothing that we can’t create for both commercial and residential purposes.