Client: The archdiocese of Paderborn
Location: Paderborn, Germany
Completion date: 2018
Artwork budget: $180,000
The composition for St. Ulrich in Paderborn consists of 5 glass screens and all-glass systems covering a total area of 560 square feet. Airbrushed and hand-painted ceramic enamels, slumped glass, gold and silver leafing and sandblasting worked into toughened and laminated safety glass
The task was to create glass screens, separating a side chapel and creating differentiated access to the church while maintaing architectonic generosity. Thierry Boissel has created a contemporary Cistercian pattern creating a dialogue with the plain Romanic architecture and the artwork
The floral pattern in the design makes reference to the existing wall paintings in the chapel.
The Roman Catholic Church of St. Ulrich, built around 1170/80, is located in the center of Paderborn. The complete renovation and modernization of the building completed in 2018.