I have always been partial to working with ways to bring light into a building. It is where the inside and outside meet. It is your best chance of tying the interior to its greater environment.
These photos are of the doors to a church, which was celebrating its 50th anniversary. The original doors had a translucent glass that appeared white. These front doors just begged for a change that would signal the renewal that was going on.
The idea, which turned out to be surprisingly economical, was to replace the translucent glass with frosted glass. That was the easy part. What design to incorporate on the doors and the journey to get it done will be a follow-up post.
Unlike stained glass, frosted glass is difficult to capture in a photo (as you can see below). Stay tuned for the rest of the story.