Murals

"Multicolored Mural"

"Multicolored Mural"

Impressive Artistic Doors

Impressive Artistic Doors

Behind those beautiful artistic  doors, the owners keep their wine collection.They wanted to have impressive doors for the wine cellar, Michel Mailhot created these huge panels that also allow light through. A great example of the work we can do for you.

Triptych

Triptych

The Blue Swirl

The Blue Swirl

Texture: Art | Color: Crystal | Thickness: 12mm (1/2")

"I wanted to unite two opposites: the calming nature of a pool with swirling textures. Colors and movement will accentuate each visit." - Mailhot

Project: Masterpiece - Montreal     Year: 2008     Artist: Mailhot      Photo Credits: ThinkGlass

Inspiration

Inspiration

Texture: Art | Color: Crystal | Thickness: 12mm (1/2")

“This wall is the focal point of this web design firm. I wanted to create a powerful piece that would inspire them in their quest for creativity.” - Mailhot

Project: HueWeb Studio - Montreal     Year: 2010     Artist: Mailhot     Photo Credits: ThinkGlass

Explosion

Explosion

Texture: Art | Color: Crystal | Thickness: 12mm (1/2")

“I wanted to enliven this beautiful home’s dark hallway. The movement composition and the color proportion are vibrant and well balanced.” - Mailhot

Project: Private Residence - Montreal         Year: 2009        Artist: Mailhot        Photo Credits: ThinkGlass

Contrasting Curves

Contrasting Curves

Texture: Art | Color: Crystal | Thickness: 12mm (1/2")

“I was looking to merge the movements with both colors and transparency. A well-balanced blend to welcome visitors to this beautiful home." - Mailhot

Project: Private Residence- Montreal       Year: 2008         Artist: Mailhot        Photo Credits: ThinkGlass

Private Residence - Dorval

Private Residence - Dorval

Texture: Art | Color: Crystal | Edge: Polished | Thickness: 36mm (1 1/2")

A glass sculpture or a mural 1,5 inches thick with impressive artistic textures and striking colors. From one side, the mural stands at the end of the entrance hall and sets the mood, while on the other side, it faces the living room that now has a view on a real art piece.

Year: 2007     Artist: Mailhot     Photo Credits: Peter Morneau