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BRITISH AIRWAYS. Terminal 5. Heathrow. First Class lounge.

Vitrics “inside for life” internal engraving was chosen by British Airways art curator artwise, and designer Christopher Pearson, for 6 large screens for the First Class lounge at Terminal 5 Heathrow.
Each screen measures 3200mm high by 1400mm wide. They are engraved in 3D with sub-surface engraving of Christopher’s designs.

ROYAL MONCEAU HOTEL. Philippe Starck. Paris.

Philippe Starck chose Vitrics engraving for the room numbers in the newly renovated luxury hotel the Royal Monceau Hotel in Paris.

Each room number is engraved inside a 45mm thick piece of optical glass and backlit. This is incorporated into the secure entrance system for the bedrooms.

Foreign and Commonwealth Office.  LONDON.

This screen can be seen in the reception area of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office in London.

The map of the world is engraved in 3D inside this screen measuring 3200 x 1400 x 10mm.

The screen is edge lit with LEDs and incorporated into metal profiles both provided by us.

TOWER 42. City of London.

Tower 42 was City of London’s tallest building at the time. When redesigning their signage Signbox chose Vitrics glass.

Each plaque is different, and combines the logo and floor number engraved in 3 dimensions within the glass. The plaques measure 1000 x 450mm and are illuminated with special lit stainless steel spacers incorporating LED lighting which reflect off the internal engraving to great effect.


The table was designed by Arik Levy and engraved by us, and measures 1300 x 500 x 19mm. The engraving inside is a series of beehive like structures engraved within the glass to a depth of 10mm. The surface of the glass remains untouched and perfectly smooth.

As you move around the table the design swirls and moves around as areas of the design close up and others open.

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A specialist glass company who wanted to recreate a map of the world inside glass asked Vitrics with their sub -surface engraving to do the engraving. The final design comprised of 48 pieces of glass 1750 x 112 x 15mm.

We engraved 5,000 spheres 13mm in diameter inside the various pieces of glass; every sphere having its precise position. We completed this project within 3 weeks.
The images below give an idea of the result and the finished screen is in the Visionarium Room at the Vodafone HQ in Newbury.


Luxury merchandising for Louis Vuitton creating window display stands for braclets and watches plus glass merchandising for the Louis Vuitton watch « dive ».


Boucheron Murmuration Rock Crystal high jewellery

 Using our sub surface engraving technique we laser engraved in the interior of the rock crystal the flocks of birds that twist and turn.


Renault concept car Symbioz

Vitrics engraved the glass illuminated roofs panels for the Symbioz concept car; 3mm wafer thin sheets of glass supplied by St Gobain.