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Robert Morris - Maguelone Cathedral, France

Maguelone Cathedral stands in the middle of a peninsula and, for his stained glass windows, Robert Morris wanted to make the central window the epicentre of a wave running through all the building's glazed surfaces. But he did not want the glass to reproduce the image of a wave; he wanted to make the glass itself into a wave. Because of Claude Duchemin's long experience with thermoformed glass the studio was able to engage in a highly original creative process that meant inventing new tools and techniques.