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Leighton House Museum

Histoglass were proud to be chosen as the historic glass suppliers for the refurbishment of Leighton House Museum.

The recent refurbishment of this 1864 studio-house on the edge of Holland Park, London took 3 years in the planning and execution. It was completed in 2022, and supported by funds from the National Lottery Heritage Fund.

Both MONO-STIP and MONO-FL Laminate systems were used; MONO-STIP was a bespoke MONO Laminate construction developed and used in the roof of the building.

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Denmark Street, London

Denmark Street has recently been transformed with Histoglass supplying the historic glass for multiple properties.

This street was once the hive of the UK music industry and the place where Punk Rock was born, with the Sex Pistols launching their career from a Denmark Street flat. The street has a mixture of diiferent architecture from different periods.

The architects specified a mixture of Histoglass MONO-Laminate and bespoke Thin Double Glazing systems using hand drawn glass for a mix of timber and metal framed window positions.

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Queen’s House

Arguably the most important building in the entire canon of British architectural history” (Jane Sidell, Historic England), this shockingly modern building – for its time – was designed by Inigo Jones and commissioned by Anne of Denmark.

Queens House is now part of the Royal Museums Greenwich complex. It houses a stunning collection of paintings, including one by Orazio Gentileschi from the Royal Collection, commissioned by Henrietta Maria and Charles I for the house in the seventeenth century. The new exhibition also includes hundreds of paintings from the Greenwich collection, including works by Canaletto, Hogarth, Romney and Stubbs, and the magnificent Armada portrait of Elizabeth I, once owned by Sir Francis Drake.

In order to help protect these masterpieces, we supplied our MONO system featuring cylinder glass, including UV and solar protection and increased security ratings. The system achieves an impressive acoustic and thermal energy performance.

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St Catherine’s College, Oxford

A Grade-I listed building, designed by Danish architect Arne Jacobsen and featuring striking buildings in glass & concrete. Its windows were recently refurbished using Histoglass D13.

 

 

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The Austrian Embassy

An imposing building in Belgravia, the embassy is also home to the Austrian ambassador. Its windows were replaced using our D10 Thin Double Glazing with clear float glass throughout.

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Tower of London – Devereux Tower

Grade-I listed Devereux Tower, part of the Tower of London, was built by King Henry III from 1238–1272. It has been fitted with D11 Thin Double Glazing units with machine-drawn glass.

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UAE Embassy

This superb building in Knightsbridge, London, is just a short walk from the Royal Albert Hall. Its windows were recently refurbished using our D10 & D11 ultra-slim Thin Double Glazing.

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Chanel New Bond Street

Chanel’s store on New Bond Street has a listed façade. Chanel themselves chose our D10 system for its superior aesthetics and unmatched quality, plus our fantastic track record.

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Pioneer House

Over 200 windows at this Victorian Grade-II listed landmark building were fitted with our D13 Thin Double Glazing in a refurbishment project by Kirklees Council & The Princes Trust.

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Belstaff flagship

Luxurious inside and out: Histoglass supplied D11 with a mix of clear float & hand-drawn glass for this spectacular building, the London home of a luxury British fashion brand.