Assumption High School

Overview

The window, located at the end of the corridor, has beveled dichroic and colored glass laminated on both surfaces of the base sheet of glass. This overlapping beveled glass visually fractures the images of the view beyond. On one corridor is a glass sculpture with a mirror within. The mirror completes the shape of the form, creating an illusion that the piece extends back into the wall.

Date

1995

Features
  • Technique: Laminated beveled glass, dichroic glass
  • Glass Design: Kenneth F. von Roenn, Jr.
  • Architect: Michael Koch
  • Location: Louisville, KY