A-Look System Designer Series
Named for the Palais de l’Industrie in Paris, France — the birthplace of the Avant-Garde movement.
(48.87° N, 2.31° E)
This unconventional asymmetric design is a perfect fit for those looking for a bold and progressive look exemplified by the Avant-Garde arts movement.Design Your Own
Named after the Puerta Del Sol Square in Madrid, Spain.
(40.42° N, 3.70° W)
The Del Sol is a De Stijl design which demonstrates the avant garde cubist desire to combine vertical and horizontal lines with unlimited colour combinations to form a variety of patterns.Design Your Own
Named after the upscale Victoria Park Square in London, England.
(51.53° N, 0.04° W)
In this model, the combination of vertical mirrors and horizontal panels respects the architectural traditions of Victorian era structures.Design Your Own
Named after the Forks at the confluence of the Red and the Assiniboine River in Winnipeg, Manitoba.
(49.89° N, 97.13° W)
The River Walk shows a designer’s ability to combine multiple backpainted glass panels with stainless steel. The green and blue in this design represent the two great rivers while the taupe represents the shoreline that joins them.Design Your Own
Named after the fashionable Notting Hill Square in London, England.
(51.51° N, 0.21° W)
The tall vertical lines of the Notting Hill design brings to mind long rows of buildings joined side by side as is typical in old London neighborhoods.Design Your Own
Named after the Royal Observatory in Greenwich, England where the Prime Meridian passes.
(51.48° N, 0.00° W)
The Greenwich is a whimsical design which uses curved aluminum inserts to suggest the lines of latitude and longitude that chart our world. Designers can also use back painted lines if they wish to apply glass in their concepts.Design Your Own