The Four Seasons Hotel, Houston, was completed just in time for the Super Bowl’s arrival in the city after a year-long renovation. The luxury update included new furnishing throughout, as well as decorative glass in the lobby selected to complement the design by Meyer Davis, a New York City based boutique specializing in hospitality design.
Nathan Allan Glass supplied two types of decorative glass panels to the project: Cathedral and Channel Architectural Glass, part of the Freeform Series glass collection. Linear in nature, and with varying widths of fluted streams, the glass creates a modern, upscale design that complements the Four Seasons brand.
Lakeview Glass, Houston, installed more than 50 large panels, which feature flat margins to provide a snug and easier installation for the glazier.
The combination of the glass and furnishings creates an opulent environment for hotel patrons. The low iron, tempered safety glass panels are ⅜-inch thick and come in sizes up to 4 by 8 feet. All panels were cut and formed to specific sizes ready for installation.
The players involved in this Hotel Project: Designer, Meyer Davis; general contractor, Turner Construction Co.; contract glazier, Lakeview Glass; glass supplier, Nathan Allan Glass
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