Christina Set up Spaceform in 1994 as a designer maker, and worked on many projects for prestigious clients before setting up the first Spaceform Gift Collection in 1998 with help from The Princes Trust.
Throughout her work, she believes that appreciation and connectivity is the key. The way that people connect and identify with each other, who people are, how people think and above all the joy we all feel when we are appreciated, has always been essential in her work. Spaceform glass achieves this in spades and has generated several stories of families that interconnect from a distance giving each other a little piece of love in a Spaceform glass token every birthday and Christmas as a gift that became anticipated between loved ones.
It became more important to start enabling the ability to personalise pieces so that people themselves could put their own stamp on the glass. "We have always loved the idea that if someone buys a piece it feels truly personal to give and receive, so that it is obvious that the gift has been especially bought for someone specific even if it is not personalised, it should feel personal and that it gives the receiver the feeling that they matter."
Spaceform Stockists both past and present include: John Lewis, The National Portrait Gallery, The British Museum, Bon Genie, Galleries Lafayette, The Conran Shop, and many more...
Previous Bespoke Clients for large scale glass artworks include: Harvey Nichols (Christmas Window Display), The Dragon School (specialist glass library balustrade), Roehampton Club (outdoor swimming pool mural), Charing Cross Hospital (glass artwork), Stepping Hill Hospital (glass artwork), Howard & Horsefield Interior Design (glass stacked furniture and centre pieces for yachts - various), House Of Fraser (specialist glass jewellery displays).