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Preserving the buildings we love


Leighton House Museum

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

Denmark Street, London

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

Queen’s House

MONO (featuring cylinder glass, UV & solar protection, and increased security) now helps to protect a substantial volume of artwork at this spectacular property

St Catherine’s College, Oxford

A Grade-I listed building, designed by Danish architect Arne Jacobsen

The Austrian Embassy

An imposing building in Belgravia, also home to the Austrian ambassador

Tower of London – Devereux Tower

Grade-I listed Devereux Tower, part of the Tower of London

UAE Embassy

This superb building in Knightsbridge, a short walk from the Royal Albert Hall

Chanel New Bond Street

Chanel’s store on New Bond Street has a listed façade.

Pioneer House

Over 200 windows at this Victorian Grade-II listed landmark building were fitted

Belstaff flagship

Histoglass supplied D11 with a mix of clear float & hand-drawn glass

South Leicestershire College – Old Bobbin Factory

This Grade-II listed building in South Wigston, Leicestershire

Leeds City College / Alf Cooke Printworks

Histoglass Thin Double Glazing D13 (13-14mm), was chosen for the superb refurbishment of Leeds Printworks on Hunslet Road.