The Jane Restaurant

Stained Glass Print in a Restaurant in Belgium

 

COMPLETED
2014
 
PRINTED AREA
105 sqm / 1,130 sqf
 
NUMBER OF PANELS
600
 
COLORS
digital mix
 
GLASS TYPE
clear toughened 4mm glass
 

Project Partners

GLASS PROCESSOR
Steinfort Glas

DESIGNER
Studio Job

PHOTOGRAPHER
Leon Blonk

This building was once a chapel on a military base, today it is  restaurant where "fine dining meeting rock n' roll". Studio Job and Steinfort Glas created a contemporary translation of old stained glass windows. Some of the images include sunflowers, ice cream cones, penguins, trophies, dice, skulls, and croissants. These images serves archetypes from various worlds each telling stories of good and evil, rich and poor, life and death as well as good food and religion. Digital ceramic in-glass printing was the chosen method for production because silk screen printing was not an option, each of the 600 panels were unique, and the designers work often with digital designs and this was a perfect extension of their work.