Nathan Allan Glass Studios

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103-2455 192 Street
Surrey, BC V3S 3X1
Canada
About Nathan Allan Glass Studios
  • Inspired by innovative architectural demands, Nathan Allan develops and manufactures unique and exclusive cast glass products. Our goal is to continually modify the composition of architectural glass and develop new casting methods for our creative and discerning clients.
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Products by Nathan Allan Glass Studios
  • Crackle

    When French luxury jeweler Mauboussin approached the Rockwell Group to design its new store, the prestigious design firm knew it had to find a superior glass studio, one with a reputation for developing unique design solutions and with a flair for artistry. After all, Mauboussin was no ordinary... Read more
  • Stax

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  • Convex

    Convex Glass was produced and developed with the renowned architectural firms of Janson/Goldstein and Front Inc, in NYC. "Convex Glass" is the first real 3D Glass, produced in Geometric type patterns. Both surfaces are shaped so that dimensional viewing can take place from either side of the glass. Read more