Glass Processes Used
Waterjet, UV Glue, Sandblast, Bevel, Crystal cut
Specific Products Used
Two 14-metre high sculptural lattice features made with hexagonal patterns & delicate flower motifs
Designer: PIA Interior
Inspired by the “Jaali” of Indo-Islamic architecture, Taj Gurgaon greets visitors with its stunning lobby features: two beautiful
14-metre high sculptural lattice features in the elegant material of crystal glass.
Instead of creating these lattice features in the usual materials of either stone, wood, metal or plastic, the owners wanted something that would truly impress but would present incredible challenges: latticework in glass.
It was a challenge that we gladly took up that involved multiple processes and extensive coordination. From concept visualization to technical design, detailing and material specification, our team was able to create and oversee the installation of a handmade feature that had layers, carvings, texture and depth.
An Indian architectural element, the intricate lattice screen forms the impression of a sharp, yet robust structure, and diffuses sunlight to create an aura of tranquility and comfort. Striking hexagonal patterns softened with delicate flower motifs creates an alluring interior façade of Vivanta by Taj.