Project Description

Here are some photos of work we carried out to a glass link between two buildings. One building was a listed building which had been demolished so we could rebuild it ‘as was’. The stone itself is a mixture of County Antrim Basalt, Land Stone and Reclaimed Stone. Inside the glass link we built an arched doorway with quoins, for this we used Tardree Granite which had been salvaged on site.

We sawed and redressed the old Tardree stone and used traditional lime mortar throughout the build to ensure that the work would look like it had always been there. The glass link gave the impression that the framing was just added onto the side of the stone building and the stonework ran seamlessly through. With our stonework and the glass link and handrail it’s a mixture of traditional craftsmanship and contemporary style.