As they say “The devil is in the detail” but when it comes to details, IKO is particularly saintly.

We think details in a painted stained glass are extremely important, even in windows that are destined to be viewed from many meters away. Perfect shadows, the intricate veins of a leaf that continue to the point, the folds and creases of material. It’s details that turn stained glass in to a work of art.

We don’t think that imperfections in the details become negligible, when a window is viewed from a distance and we think they are even more vital when, as modern architecture often dictates the window in the interior of a house, bar, or public space may be viewed from close proximity, even touched. With this in mind we present some details of our work below.