Queens Park London – Stained glass

Posted on Apr 5, 2020 in Current projects, Gallery, Maintenance, New stained glass, Portfolio of our stained glass, Uncategorized

Queens Park London – Stained glass

Queens Park in London has new stained glass – working in partnership with Queens Park Design and Build The bespoke front door was built in  hardwood by Stratton Period Joinery in Attleborough IMG_0690   Stairway leaded lights encased in double gazed units for security IMG_0659IMG_0661Bordered by a selection of English Muffle glass and then alternate fluted and reamy glass produces a striking effect

Queen’s Park is an area in West London located 3.9 miles (6.3 km) north-west of Charing Cross. The northern half lies in the London Borough of Brent while the southern half lies in the City of Westminster.


Known for family-friendly living, the area is centred around a park of 30 acres (12 ha), which opened in 1887 and was named to honour Queen Victoria. The area takes its name from the park, and in turn gives its name to Queens Park Rangers football club.

Architecturally, Queen’s Park is an important historic area, with a unified urban layout with a high level of building preservation. The park is a good example of a Victorian urban green space, and the surrounding streets largely comprise original two- and three-storey Victorian buildings.