Stained Glass Art House

All I know about Copenhagen, the city capital of Denmark, is the fact that Hans Christian Andersen lived there and the fact that it has a nice landmark – the Little Mermaid statue. Well, I have recently found out one more interesting fact about it: there is a beautiful stained glass art house displayed right in the middle of the city. This amazing art house is made entirely of stained glass and it is lit from the inside at night. You can imagine how nice it glows in the dark, in the middle of the square where it was raised.

This work of glass art was made by the New York artist called Tom Fruin. He reacted to the numerous lights in all the colours that he saw downtown Copenhagen and produced one of his own, in all the possible colours, using stained glass. Because the little art house has some light inside, it casts coloured light on the things around it and makes the surrounding places look amazing.

Published by in Design And Concept, on February 11th, 2011


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