Glass Magazine Cover April 2019

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The Manhattan flagship store for Richard Mille, a luxury watch brand, sports a stunning glass entranceway thanks to carved feature glass fabricated by Imagic Glass. The company founder, Richard Mille, says he selected the New York location to serve as a showcase that will have global visibility. To meet this aesthetic goal, Imagic’s team fabricated a two-story transparent wall, illuminated by over 150 feet of LED lights. The largest oversized glass lites measure 15 by 10 feet, are over 1.5 inches thick and weigh about 2 tons, says Adam Shearer, president, Imagic Glass. The 24 massive panels—with a combined weight of 37,000 pounds—are individually engraved and arranged three-deep to form a sculpture based on the design of the RM 008, one of Mille’s luxury products. The feature glass required over 160 hours of carving to achieve the desired aesthetic, says Shearer. Phillips Group Architecture worked with Richard Mille’s internal design team. Michilli Inc. was the general contractor. AGNORA laminated the oversized triple lite glass. Custom millwork and store fixtures were contributed by Viridis Inc. 



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