A stone window in the Abbot’s House at Muchelney Abbey, Somerset, England
Ivy has taken over this building with little room to spare for a door and partial window at Thornbury Castle Hotel in England
Washing the windows of Windsor Castle must be a high job!
Reflections of modern London caught on a glass window on the bank of River Thames
A small window framed by stones and with light shining through the glass at Duke University Chapel in North Carolina
The 77 Duke Chapel windows were designed and constructed over a three-year period by 15 artists and craftsmen. They are constructed from over one million pieces of glass, imported from England, France, and Belgium and varying in thickness between 1/8 and 3/16 inch. The largest window measures 17.5 by 38 feet, and the smallest measures just 14 by 20 inches.
The pride of Spirit Square is the 730-seat McGlohon Theater, named in honor of the late legendary jazz pianist Loonis McGlohon of Charlotte. With beautiful stained glass windows and a cupola, this space served as the First Baptist Church sanctuary for many years. The theater has been carefully restored to preserve and enhance its unique architectural details.