Calgary Airport—International terminal
Designed and handmade by our artist and master glassmaker, Michel Mailhot, this 220-foot-long piece was inspired by the Canadian Rockies. It contains three phases of glass representing the mountains, forests and the rivers.
One of ThinkGlass’s largest projects in the United States. The chocolate fountain and ceiling sculpture pushed the limits of research and development in seeking to design a unique, flowing piece that could withstand the 1,500 pounds of chocolate circulating through it 24 hours a day. See the result for yourself!
Residence in Massachusetts
This unique glass spiral staircase in a lavish private home is one of our major projects. It is made up of 41 pieces of glass, 28 of which are different shapes and angles. The results represent perfectly the interior design and architectural style of the residence.
Residence in Hawaii
A picture is worth a thousand words! Artist and master glassmaker Michel Mailhot applied his talent to this remarkable thermoformed glass countertop. The colors follow the island’s curve and shape, creating a gorgeous look that complements the kitchen’s decor.
This impressive 101.6 mm (4”)-thick thermoformed glass kitchen island countertop does not go unnoticed! The thickness of the glass adds character to this contemporary kitchen. Thanks to our exclusive technique, we can offer countertops up to 152.4 mm (6”) thick.