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Corning, New York

Corning Museum of Glass, Glass Market Cafe

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  • Engineered, fabricated, and installed several ornamental mobile, sliding, and fixed panel room dividers. The dividers feature anodized aluminum and frit glass filled tubes in a random pattern.
  • Fabricated a “U” shaped serving counter and matching cashier’s stand that include floating stainless-steel tray slides with lights and Corian waterfall edges with no seams.
  • Engineered and fabricated custom hot-and-cold drop-in units and grab-and-go units.


The Corning Museum of Glass is a not-for-profit museum dedicated to exploring a single material: glass. Annually welcoming just under half a million visitors, the Museum’s campus is home to the world’s most comprehensive collection of glass and one of the top glass working schools. The museum’s Glass Market Café underwent a renovation and expansion to include over 7,500 square feet of public areas and 2,300 square feet of new servery, kitchens, and support spaces. Division is gained through the positioning of custom designed glass screens that add function, seclusion, and intimacy to the large open space.

Key Collaborators: HAIGH Architects, Raymond/Raymond Associates (RRA)

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