The Jacobson House is a stunning 1920’s home in Caulfied North. The owner wanted two feature Leadlights that would be true to the era and the style of the original home, but also wanted something that would reflect their own style.
Philip was inspired by an original wrought iron gate located on the property. The concept for the Leadlight was to catch the light and also to make it look elegant with the use of multiple bevelled glass panels.
Located at the front of the home and the other on the stairs, Philip designed two stunning Leadlights for the owners to enjoy and look out at all the beautiful old trees in their gorgeous garden. The large staircase window is four metres tall and a metre wide. The original window frame had rotten so Armadale Doors & Leadlight replaced the frame and installed the unique triple glazed leadlight.
Philip and his team took into consideration the proximity of each Leadlight. A, D & L wanted to ensure the Leadlights longevity. By using safety glass and triple glazing the Leadlight was placed in between 2 panels of safety glass. This ensures that the Leadlight is protected and easy to clean.
Both Leadlights created a sense of light and space in the home but also created privacy and safety with the use of bevelled glass and triple glazing.