3-5 Priory Row, a set of stunning 15th century timber framed cottages formed part of, and stand next to, the ruins of St Mary’s priory which was founded by Earl Lefric and his wife Lady Godiva. They now feature secondary glazing from Selectaglaze.
In 2018 the doors to the Grade I Listed Nottingham Castle closed to allow for an ambitious three year, £30m funded project to revive the 17th century Ducal Palace and its grounds; an Ancient Scheduled Monument. Selectaglaze glazing features in this project…
Gray’s Inn is one of four Inns of Court in London, the furthest away from the Royal Courts of Justice and the smallest of the four (the other three are Lincoln’s Inn, Inner Temple, and Middle Temple). It features secondary glazing from Selectaglaze.
Selectaglaze installs 47 secondary glazing units to a number of large gothic arched stained-glass windows in St Philip’s Church, Wolverhampton.