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This is gives the illusion of floating glass with no seams, only sunlight and color. Brown hand-cut strips of stained glass in a variety of lengths and widths. He then used a mix of clear resin to place the strips in a composition for each of the 18 clear acrylic panels. The panels were installed directly inside the metal frames of the windows at the hospital.

— HealthCare Design,

‘What you see is what you get', 2011

 

"The Artesia Hotel is such a profoundly genuine place. If I could personify it, I’d say Artesia is an artistic city girl who dreams of one day retiring in the countryside. She wants to make guests feel like they’re stepping into her dream home, a commune that’s an amalgamation of all the things she loves, but with roots still firmly in the heart of London.”

— Skye Landvik, Travel Blogger, March 4, 2016

 

"Before it was The Artesia Hotel, the Kensington Warehouse stored some of London’s finest chocolates and confections. Hotel co-owners Bethany Rawlings and Oliver Sears have kept the atmosphere sweet, but have mixed in an air of sophistication that’s alluring and comforting.”

— Placeholder Publication, October 29, 2015

“The Artesia Hotel accomplishes what most modern boutique hotels fail to do: be immaculate and humble at the same time. The staff is welcoming and the guests are open to making new friends. And with interesting performances at Refill nearly every night, The Artesia Hotel has made an excellent contribution to the local artistic community.”

— THE HOTEL REVIEW, JANUARY 7, 2016

 

"The attention to detail here makes you think you’re stepping into an artist’s villa. There’s a ton to do in the hotel, but the staff encourages you to explore things off the beaten path. You feel like the locals are letting you in on their secrets.”

— A NEWSPAPER, JULY 16, 2015

 

This is gives the illusion of floating glass with no seams, only sunlight and color. Brown hand-cut strips of stained glass in a variety of lengths and widths. He then used a mix of clear resin to place the strips in a composition for each of the 18 clear acrylic panels. The panels were installed directly inside the metal frames of the windows at the hospital.

— HealthCare Design,

‘What you see is what you get', 2011