Feature floor mosaic commissioned by Maber Architects and The Gelder Group for Newark fire station. This 1m x 1 m mosaic of the Nottinghamshire Fire and Rescue Service logo was made using the indirect method of mosaic. This is the traditional Italian method of making a mosaic in reverse on brown paper and results in a completely flat surface ideal for flooring. It is also ideal for large scale mosaics, enabling the mosaic to be made in sections in the studio before installing on site. The mosaic is not revealed until set in cement and the paper peeled off which can be a little stressful! I enlisted the help of professional mosaic installer Bruno Pusateri to install the mosaic in the reception area of the fire station as the mosaic needed to be smooth and level to the surrounding ceramic tile.
In 2022 I was commissioned to create a second mosaic for Nottinghamshire Fire and Rescue service, this time for Worksop’s new state of the art fire station designed by Maber Architects and developed by G F Tomlinson. This 1m x 1m mosaic wall feature of the corporate logo sits in a frame recess in the entrance. A bespoke fused glass lettering panel was made for an extra wow factor.
“The mosaic is fantastic, thank you. It looks amazing and has already invoked lots of comments. Thank you again”
Terry Scott, NFRS