Solar/ Photovoltaic

  • Waterglass Harbourfront Centre (Enwave Theatre), Toronto, ON

    "For a thousand years, architectural glass has been an art of light, whether reflecting or transmitting it, letting it pass through white and whole or splintering it into the colours of the rainbow. In her recent work, however, acclaimed Toronto glass artist Sarah Hall has added something modern to the repertoire of glazing's near-Infinite play with light: the power to transfigure sunshine into electricity."

    John Bentley Mays, Architecture Critic

  • Lux Gloria Cathedral of the Holy Family, Saskatoon, SK

    "For a thousand years, architectural glass has been an art of light, whether reflecting or transmitting it, letting it pass through white and whole or splintering it into the colours of the rainbow. In her recent work, however, acclaimed Toronto glass artist Sarah Hall has added something modern to the repertoire of glazing's near-Infinite play with light: the power to transfigure sunshine into electricity."

    John Bentley Mays, Architecture Critic

  • True North/Lux Nova Regent College, UBC, Vancouver, BC

    "For a thousand years, architectural glass has been an art of light, whether reflecting or transmitting it, letting it pass through white and whole or splintering it into the colours of the rainbow. In her recent work, however, acclaimed Toronto glass artist Sarah Hall has added something modern to the repertoire of glazing's near-Infinite play with light: the power to transfigure sunshine into electricity."  

    John Bentley Mays, Architecture Critic

  • Leaves of Light York University, Toronto, ON

    "For a thousand years, architectural glass has been an art of light, whether reflecting or transmitting it, letting it pass through white and whole or splintering it into the colours of the rainbow. In her recent work, however, acclaimed Toronto glass artist Sarah Hall has added something modern to the repertoire of glazing's near-Infinite play with light: the power to transfigure sunshine into electricity."

    John Bentley Mays, Architecture Critic

  • The Science of Light Grass Valley Elementary School, Camas, WA

    "For a thousand years, architectural glass has been an art of light, whether reflecting or transmitting it, letting it pass through white and whole or splintering it into the colours of the rainbow. In her recent work, however, acclaimed Toronto glass artist Sarah Hall has added something modern to the repertoire of glazing's near-Infinite play with light: the power to transfigure sunshine into electricity."  

    John Bentley Mays, Architecture Critic

  • O Canada Solar Decathlon House, Washington, DC

    "For a thousand years, architectural glass has been an art of light, whether reflecting or transmitting it, letting it pass through white and whole or splintering it into the colours of the rainbow. In her recent work, however, acclaimed Toronto glass artist Sarah Hall has added something modern to the repertoire of glazing's near-Infinite play with light: the power to transfigure sunshine into electricity." 

    John Bentley Mays, Architecture Critic