Tuesday, 12 July 2011

Sunday, 10 July 2011


This is a rough of how the full set of windows will look.
The middle one needs a lot more detail to match the others, and ornate engraved glass in each window.

Saturday, 9 July 2011


This is a rough test of how the pub bay window should look. The glass will be half-frosted with suitable decorations cut into it.
There will be two of these in each wall with a large flat window between them.


Here is the start of the first set; a fictional pub called 'The Gun' in Woolwich, Arsenal, East London. The source for some of the pub design is actually 'The Salisbury' near Leicester Square in the London West End. I looked at a lot of pubs and this one has the right styling with its Baroque/Rococo features, ornate wood framed bay windows and fantastic lighting inside.
This is the plan view of the 45 degree doorway frames by two matching walla with bay windows, and a flat back wall. The open end to the left will lead into another building only accessible via the pub.
Here the walls have been extruded up and the position of the bay windows can been seen.
This is the start of the wood frames bay windows.