This tempered, laminated glass is printed with a high-resolution image on surface 2. Intricately cut into a unique shape for the front of the restaurant.
Tempered, laminated balustrades which included jumbo oversized glass. The quality of our edge work is second to none.
When York University’s original student centre was built, the university was half the size that it is now. To address this issue, a new student centre was built, providing a grand entrance to the campus that includes 150,000 square feet of space for recreation, meetings, studying, club offices and a multi-faith prayer room. The student […]
When facilities at Seneca College’s King Campus became stretched to over capacity, plans started to come together for the new Magna Hall. This building offers 200,000 square feet of classrooms, computer labs, specialty labs, a library and student centre with multi-purpose athletic and recreation space. If you have a grand vision for an architectural project, […]
The city of Toronto recognizes the benefit of publicly displayed art and encourages private sector developments in include it in their plans with the Percent for Public Art Program. The principle is that art is a public benefit to be enjoyed and experienced by residents and visitors around the city. The privately owned art is […]
In collaboration with Zeidler Partnership Architects, Imagic Glass helped to come up with a solution to hide the upper and lower concrete slabs with an opaque white to clear gradient that would allow patrons a view through the glass at controlled heights. The demanding specification called for the highest resolution (1,500 dots per inch) with “no […]
When Deloitte Canada moved their Toronto headquarters to a the Bay Adelaide Centre, they worked with their architect and in-house design team to support changing work styles and encourage community among employees. They wanted the new environment to inspire, encourage, engage and cultivate growth, learning and collaboration. Entro, a world-renowned branding and environmental design agency […]
When Canadian polling and market research firm Environics had a unique need, Imagic Glass was able to provide a solution! Environics worked with In8 Design to completely redesign their building’s interior. Designers Michel Arcand and Gillian Gregory had a vision for a contemporary, clean design that featured unique glass installations. Glaziers Camden Glass and Imagic […]