Spaceform Has Now Closed...

Christina Greenhalgh set up Spaceform, a workshop for architectural glass artists in 1994 after graduating from University Arts London in Public Art.

In her early career, she won several commissions and art projects to design, make and showcase her architectural glass works both as temporary and permanent installations. Highlights included: Harvey Nichols Christmas Windows scheme in 1995, The Dragon School Balustrade, Multiple Luxury Yacht interiors surrounded by Lalique. Public Artworks selected for Charing Cross Hospital, London, and Stepping Hill Hospital in Stockport.

In 1997 Christina was awarded a Princes Trust grant to launch a wholesale glass product collection, with her colleague Jane Glibbery, after finding a young factory in Guang Dong Province in China to grow along side.
Spaceform gift collection was designed in house and won multiple awards, reaching global representation and recognition over 24 years.

At its height Spaceform rose to over 900 UK suppliers and extended to distribution teams in the USA, Russia, Japan, South Korea, Australia and New Zealand.

Supplier highlights include: John Lewis (20+ years), Conran, Harrods, Bon Genie, Gallerie Lafayette, Barneys, Museum of Modern Art NY, David Jones, Mitsukoshi Ginza, Tokyo. Special commissions with National Portrait Gallery & the British Museum amongst a few.

After 28 years of business, a change in economic circumstances, life-changing aspects around 2020 gave her clarity that she wanted to pursue and engage more with making and belong as part of the community of artist and craft makers in the UK. This is at the heart of where she started.

Christina continued to progress and qualify in many different areas throughout her time at Spaceform, through leadership training programs and software training. She qualified as a Coach (Thinking Environment), to help enable her team and to help individuals make the most of their potential. From 2020 she completed two diplomas in silversmithing and fine jewellery making techniques and is currently practising in precious metals from her North London studio.

Christina firmly believes that creating beautiful pieces with love and care, can contribute positively to others. Appreciation for yourself and for others and a sense of connectivity is an important necessity to her to thrive as an artist/maker.

You can still contact Christina Greenhalgh on her email at


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