Our Projects

At Imagic Glass we work with the who’s who of international brands, bringing to life their ideas big and small, on budget and on time - everytime. When you join our growing list of clients, you’re in good company.


Imagic Glass Dresses Up Two Harry Rosen Locations

Sherway Gardens,Toronto
iMagic Glass has produced stunning new facades for Harry Rosen locations in Sherway Gardens,Toronto and Square One Shopping Centre in Mississauga. Using proprietary technology for a multi-layer technique that combines our Digitally Printed, Patterned Mirror and Backpainted Glass products, Harry is dressed for success. See the hi res interior shots at the link below.
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Imagic Presents Maison Simons 1st Ontario Store

Toronto, Ontario
Maison Simons, Quebec’s storied Quebec based department store, has teamed up with iMagic Glass to make their first Ontario location at Mississauga’s Square One Shopping Centre a true reflection of good taste! Working with the talented design firm Figure3, iMagic has produced a glass wall installation featuring reflective mirror cutlery patterns. Bon Appetit!
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Reiss Clothing UK: New Madison Ave Store

Toronto Canada
iMagic Glass and Reiss (A UK based retailer of men’s and women’s fashions) recently opened a new Madison Avenue store…and it looks fantastic. Vertical free standing displays a our banding-free black gradient printed on film by iMagic and laminated in partnership with Agnora Glass (specialists in jumbo oversized glass fabrication)
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Imagic Glass Reveals Stunning Grand Buffet

iMagic Glass reveals a stunning installation showcasing our Laminated & Digitally Printed Glass Technology at the Grand Buffet in Fallsview Casino. Designed by Mackay Wong and installed by Burlington Glass. If you can dream it, iMagic can make it.
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Metrolinx Union Pearson Express Station

Toronto Canada
The architects were looking for a solution to hide the upper and lower concrete slabs with an opaque white with a gradient to clear that would allow patrons a view through the glass at controlled heights. The demanding specification called for the highest resolution (1,500 dots per inch) with “no banding” (lawnmower effect) over a length of almost 15’ high. The customers searched the globe in search of a glass fabrication company with the capability to meet their expectations and after many samples from various shops in North America and Europe, only Imagic Glass were able to fulfill their needs. Initially our capability was restricted to a 12’ height, but the customer did not want any visible seams. With some modifications to our equipment, we successfully delivered ¾” tempered laminated glass with a printed 100%-0-100% gradient encapsulated within the glass.
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Richard Mille

New York
Our client (a millwork shop in Quebec), required 3 layers of ¾” (19mm) low iron glass with a deep carved pattern on 5 surfaces resulting in a 3-dimensional image of the inner workings of a watch. Additionally they required a cutout in the centre of each layer to accommodate a UV Bonded Glass display.
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Park Hyatt Hotel

New York
Park Hyatt Hotel and One57 Carnegie Residences-New York Imagic Glass was retained to fabricate custom patterned low iron mirror laminated to low iron glass with a translucent white interlayer. 18 panels of the laminated glass were custom fitted to each of 15 metal frames with exacting tolerances. Park Hyatt and One57 Carnegie set a new luxury standard to the North American scene.
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Bay Yorkdale

Yorkdale Mall-Men’s Fragrance
The specification required a 1” laminated glass with a 3” band of colour, and UV bonded assembly with mitred joints. Other glass shops declined to quote based on their previous experience citing the following reasons:
  1. "cannot UV bond laminated glass"
  2. "not possible to colour just a section of glass, it has to be colour throughout"
  3. "1" glass is too thick for the tolerances required"
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Toronto Blue Jay Store

Toronto Eaton Centre
Rogers project management team contacted us because they were concerned that glass ordered from their previous supplier would not be ready on the agreed upon date. With less than one week until store opening we planned a course of action that included developing a better and simpler glass solution that made Rogers management and their design team extremely happy. The store opened on the scheduled date and Imagic “hit the ball out-of-the park”!