American artist Danny Lane has worked in London since the 1980s. His sculpture and furniture ranges in scale from the domestic, to his massive Borealis, one of the world’s largest glass sculptures. He explores line in two and three dimensions, driven by a need to challenge the limits of the possible in glass, steel, wood and light.

Lane’s sculptures exploit the strength of glass under compression and combine feats of design and engineering to produce work, breathtaking in its apparent simplicity. Danny Lane’s work is in museums, private and corporate collections worldwide.