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 This piece was created alongside Pascale Gomes-McNabb and Robert Slmeoni architects, for the long awaited Stokehouse re-opening.

In total the installation is made up of 2400 individual glass rods - Mark drew inspiration from stalactites and natural forms to complement the view overlooking the upstairs dining hall.

A light and slight pink wash travel throughout the piece to add fluidity and movement and to pick up and carry through the warm tones of the raw wood floors.

After dark the piece transforms into a visual display with adjustable coloured light pouring through the rods to accom­modate any mood.

Design documentation: 3 weeks
Fabrication: 8 weeks
Installation: 6 Days

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Made up of 523 handblown glass balls, this was a commissioned piece for the Australian Events Centre.

The vibrant colours are drawn from the Australian landscape and the changing light and mood of the outdoors. Mark wanted to capture and bring a version of these circadian rhythms indoors.

This piece was designed to be interactive with changing LED installed to project onto and reflect off the glass – scattering light and shadows throughout the room.

A specifically designed fixing system and ceiling plate allow for a natural wave cascading throughout the four function rooms – gently tying the space to together.

Design documentation: 1 week
Fabrication: 5 weeks
Installation: 5 Days

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EASTS LEAGUES CLUB - 30,000 piece glass installation

EASTS LEAGUES CLUB -  30,000 piece glass installation

Eleven light panels comprising of over 30 000 pieces of glass, hung and strung by hand over the course of a week.

This design waves along the line of the ceiling giving the added dimension of motion to the space.

The individual pieces within in each group have three shapes; round oval and tear-drop. 

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