Kate Maestri is an architectural glass artist specialising in innovative uses of contemporary stained glass. She works to commission in collaboration with architects and engineers on site-specific projects.
Her work explores the use of structural and three-dimensional stained glass. The intent is to create an environment in which sculptural glass is experienced as colour, light and form, shaped by the artist.
Current projects include a stained glass facade for Liverpool John Moores University, a stained glass pavilion for the Environment Agency, and a glass bridge for the new Wolverhampton Travel Interchange.
Recent projects include a two hundred metre structural, curved, stained glass balustrade for Foster & Partners at the Sage Concert Hall in Gateshead, and a ten storey glass circulation tower for a mixed use development in Central London with architects Jestico + Whiles.
“Kate Maestri's work is in the tradition of Josef Albers and those who have followed on afterwards in the exploration of interactive colours.”
A.Moor, Colours of Architecture-Coloured Glass in Contemporary Buildings
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