Colorful Glass Used To Give An Elevator A Unique Look

Date: 24 August 2009
An elevator may not always be thought of as an ideal place for decorative glass, but Ouellet Architects in Montreal used a unique concept in designing a second elevator for Saint Joseph’s Oratory, also in Montreal.

The project was completed late last year.
Designed by architect Paul de Guire, the new elevator has a bold design that incorporates glass panels of 11 distinct colors resembling the oratory’s stained glass windows.
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