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Foucault Pendulum, Henry Amos.  Glass Form blown by Verity Burley.
Foucault Pendulum, Henry Amos. Glass Form blown by Verity Burley.
Henry Amos
Metro-MorphosisTynemouth Station Pedestrian Bridge2004
Metro-MorphosisTynemouth Station Pedestrian Bridge2004
Brightblue Studio
Cut GlassDurham - Dublin - Hutton-in-the-Forest - Berkshire2004-2009
Cut GlassDurham - Dublin - Hutton-in-the-Forest - Berkshire2004-2009
Brightblue Studio
Imagining AuroraPity Me, Durham2006
Imagining AuroraPity Me, Durham2006
Northlight Images
Mr. Henry Amos
Architect / Artist

Practicing as both architects and glass artists, we develop innovative projects that focus on the hybrid of these two areas on scales from the micro to the mega. We include a range of interactive technology including sound and light and provide an innovative approach to structural and integrated work.

Details about work or recent projects

We have installed a 7m high glass Foucault Pendulum in a School in Lincolnshire: it swings above an entrance hallway, using a laser to trace the arc on a world map on the floor.

9 Cliffords Fort
Fish Quay
North Shields Tyne and Wear NE30 1JE
United Kingdom
Technique:
Casting, Cold work, Kiln work: Structural Glass
Occupation:
Artist, Trade and Industry, Educator: Architects
Discipline:
Architectural, Design, Decorative: Integrated with building fabric
Areas of Interest:
Competitions, Conferences, Education