Classic Stained-Glass Works

There is a kind of design that lasts through time and fits with many types of decoration.

At the end of the 19th century and during the 20th, Gothic-Revival and the emergence of Catalan Modernism and “Noucentisme” introduced by architects such as Gaudí, Domènech i Montaner, Puig i Cadafalch, Martorell, Renom, etc., and of stained glass workshops of master craftsmen such as Rigalt, Granell, Mauhmejan, etc., made it possible to diffuse light and to fill large and outstanding buildings with colours.

Contemporary Stained-Glass Works

The studies carried out at the Escola Massana (Barcelona) have been the point of departure for the design of our stained glass work. Over these years, our great interest in this field has led us to develop our work according to aesthetic trends.

Religious Stained-Glass Works

Stained glass was born with the need to fill the windows of Late Romanesque and Gothic churches. Windows became larger and, besides protecting the inside of the building against wind and rain, stained glass windows transformed light and gave a meaning to it by means of coloured glass. Therefore, holy books could be read through images made of light. When making stained glass windows, the master craftsman is driven at the same time by his hands, his mind and his emotions.

In our workshop, technique, knowledge of symbolism, thorough study and deep analysis, as well as experience, have been fundamental for making religious stained glass windows.