In the property section of this weekend’s Daily Telegraph, Emily Brookes writes about the ancient art of stained glass and the modern glass art techniques that can be considered its progeny. Alongside recent commissions of the French artist Jean-Michel Othoniel and “probably the greatest contemporary British artist” David Hockney, Yorgos’s work is said to be part of an interesting crossover between art and architectural glass. Infinity and Beyond is presented as a ‘vibrant and dynamic’ example of how to make a dull Kensington basement into something ‘exciting’. Andrew Moore’s remark reminded us of Om where the glass art had the practical benefit of blocking an ugly view. Thank you Jake Fitzjones for the photography.