Dishoom Carnaby   22 Kingly Street, London

Our latest venture with Dishoom, this interior departs from the Indian vintage style Dishoom in King's Cross, to a hybrid placing itself in the happening Carnaby Street culture of the late 60's. Back at the drawing board of designers Macauley Sinclair emerged a new brief for a variety of coloured and textured glass in hip shades of yellow, gold, bronze and green.

Laminated or toughened for safety, our large glass panels are installed in screens, room dividers and the entrance lobby. In the Permit Room cocktail bar our kiln-formed bronze glass forms the sliding doors for the display cupboards. The door leading into the WC lobby is glazed with our lightly textured kiln-formed glass. The toilet doors are fitted with futuristic-looking, narrow reeded panels with curved corners, appearing as if they had been taken from the Starship Enterprise. Hey Man! Groovy glass!