1982 (Gare de l’Ouest) / 2011 (Beekkant)

This stained glass window is made up of fifteen consecutive elements. The equal distribution of basic geometrical shapes is accompanied by a regular repetition of colours. They return several times but each time in different forms and at different heights. This integration is perfect because the composition is an essential part of the wall itself and at the same time fulfils a luminous function.

The geometric abstraction shows its search for balance in the shapes as well as in the colours. Horizontal, vertical and diagonal lines are linked to one another and alternate with a square, a rectangle and a triangle. Add to this the relation with the geometrical metal construction of the roof, the effects of the light, the colour and luminosity of the glass and you will obtain a wall and a space which radiate with character and beauty.