Orlando Federal Courthouse

Overview

The 6 windows at Orlando Federal Courthouse in Orlando, FL were developed from paintings by the internationally recognized artist Al Held. The largest window is 20’ wide and 50’ high, which fills the central atrium space with brilliant jewel tone colors of light.  The windows were fabricated with a unique process of INLAID LAMINATION, which is a combination of waterjet cutting and liquid resin lamination. This process was used in order to achieve the exacting precision of Held’s paintings.

Photo credit: Peter Aaron/Esto Photographics, Inc.

Date

2009

Features
  • Main lobby window: 20'x50' ; 5 windows: 4'x11'
  • Materials: Inlaid Laminated Art Glass with imported mouth blown art glass
  • Glass design: Al Held
  • Architect: Leers Weinzapfel Associates/HLM Design Joint Venture, LLC
  • Location: Orlando, FL