Grade listed buildings are a huge part of the UK’s landscape, with historical and beautiful buildings dotted across our country within picture perfect villages, beach towns and big cities. Buildings can range from cottages, townhouses, theatres, historical structures and offices and beyond.
To keep these buildings in their best condition for generations to enjoy, organisations must come together to nurture these precious structures. Sunsquare are proud to have played a part, countless times, in preserving the UK’s rich architectural heritage by working on a number of both Grade II and Grade 1* listed projects over the years, with both residential and public properties and structures.
Working closely with British heritage and architects, our design team have produced historically accurate, yet more thermal efficient replacement rooflights on some of the UK’s most prominent buildings. Such projects include the palace of Westminster to the iconic great pagoda that towers over the magnificent Kew Gardens to name a few.
Projects like this truly give our design team a thrill and we couldn’t be more honoured to work alongside other companies on such incredible structures to ensure these infamous structures and buildings stand the test of time.
For residential clients looking to achieve similar results in their homes, Sunsquare can help those individuals with maintaining the visual aesthetic of the building, whilst upgrading certain elements with modern touches.
Homeowners and planning authorities are eager for the custodians of listed buildings to write the next chapter in the buildings history by having a modern extension with contemporary rooflights which benefit the property with better thermal and light efficiency. As such, Sunsquare offers a wide range of rooflights ensuring that form, function and safety can come together in perfect harmony for the future.
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