Case Studies

Installing our rooflights on your building will enhance the design and space in so many ways.  We have been privileged to work on a variety of projects, which we hope will inspire you to see what can be achieved with our rooflights.

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Artemis Barn

Located in the village of Castleton within in the Peak District National Park and originally in agricultural use for over 250 years, the barn became derelict in the 1990’s.

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The Dell

Located on a sloping edge site near woodland, the openings in the buildings were going to be extremely important as they would frame the views out to the surrounding woodland.

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The Coach House

Award-winning architect Peter Williams was tasked with the refurbishment of this former Victorian Coach House. The brief was to maximise light into the hall and open stairwell…

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Queensberry House, Edinburgh

Originally built in circa 1667, Queensberry House is a 17th Century Listed Building in Edinburgh. Although Queensberry House was originally a mansion house for the Duke of Queensberry,…

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SAID Business School

The Garden Room at SAID Business School is a brand new extension to the existing main building. Designed by architects Dixon Jones, who had previously designed the school’s main…

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Mottisfont Abbey Visitor Centre

Mottisfont Abbey is a National Trust owned site in Hampshire with over 250,000 visitors per annum. Burd Haward Archiects were appointed to the scheme in 2010 after winning an…

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Wiston Church, Lanarkshire

When this old church in Lanarkshire was due to be converted to habitable accommodation, architect Suzanne Keenan sought roof windows that would fit closely to the existing structure…

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Langley School

Langley School is homed in what was an 18th Century Grade 1 listed Mansion set in 110 acres of historic landscape in Norwich. The Langley School estates team was briefed to develop…

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Castle Drogo Visitor Centre, Devon

Designing visitor centres for the National Trust is a tricky task. By definition, the centre will be competing, or trying not to compete, with an existing glorious piece of architecture…

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Tew Farmhouse & Barns

Tew Farmhouse and Barns is a Grade II Listed farmhouse situated in the Cotswolds.  Owner of the site and main contractor, Paul Snell, has developed the derelict barns into six…

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Bangor University

The Old Gymnasium is a Grade II Listed Building in a conservation area. The last use of the building was as a film and radio studio, so many of the rooms were almost boxes inside…

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Quarrendon Street

When Architect Jenny Harborne was looking for a modern skylight for an extension to this minimalist London property, she specified neo™ from the Rooflight Company. Privacy was…

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Summer House

Acanthus Clews Architects were briefed to design a summer house situated by an outdoor swimming pool on the grounds of an Oxfordshire property. While on holiday in Europe the…

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Toddington Village Hall

Designed by architect Jeffrey Taylor, Toddington Village Hall is a new-build project built featuring reconstructed Cotswold Stone. The Conservation Rooflight® was specified on…

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St Peter's Catholic Primary School

St Peter’s Catholic Primary School is a newbuild project in Gloucester.  The original school has been demolished to make way for a modern building that is light and airy with…

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Private Home, Oxfordshire

The Rooflight Company is committed to designing and manufacturing rooflights that are elegant, aesthetically pleasing and will fit seamlessly into buildings across all applications.…

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Vokins Barn

Architect, Ed Clare specified 5 CR-13 and 2 CR-8 Conservation Rooflights® for the conversion of this oak-framed Listed barn which dates back to the 17th century.

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Ochre Barn

Ochre Barn is a vast brick and pantile Victorian threshing barn transformed by Carl Turner Architects into a studio space and private residential accommodation. The project fuses…

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Tin House

Working within an area restricted by the perimeters of existing residential buildings, Tin House needed to have a clever and innovative footprint but still contain all the necessities…

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Grange Street Mews

Award-winning architects Briffa Phillips set out to create a spacious feel to the conversion of a constricted warren of commercial properties into seven mews houses. There were…

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Pendennis Castle

It was essential that the new roof windows on this out-building at Pendennis Castle fitted within the existing structure of rafters and purlins since none could be replaced or…

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Prospect College, Reading Berkshire

Appearance was a key issue on this project, a college in Reading where 16 Plateau 1200mms painted white were installed on an aluminium standing seam roof. With other college buildings…

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The Maggie's Centre, Kirkaldy, Fife

The Maggie’s Centre in Kirkaldy, Fife, designed by Zaha Hadid Architects is the practice’s first completed UK project. Selected by project architect Tiago Correia, the centre…

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Lickey End First School, Bromsgrove

A common problem facing architects briefed with designing school extensions is how to marry the old with the new in a sympathetic way.  This was precisely the situation facing…

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St John's School, Kempston

St John’s Foundation Special School in Kempston was in need of a specialist autism centre to add to their other facilities. The only site available was an extremely tight one…

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Standedge Visitor Centre, Huddersfield

Architects, A&DP needed to introduce maximum light and ventilation for the conversion of this Victorian warehouse into a visitor centre for the canal tunnel at Marsden. They decided…

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Brentwood School

When Cottrell & Vermeulen Architecture as commissioned to design a new sixth-form centre and assembly hall at Brentwood School, the challenge was to achieve a cohesive design on…

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Porth Farm, Cornwall

This National Trust property is a good example of the use of Conservation Rooflights® in a rural environment. They are specified in hundreds of National Trust properties throughout…

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Derby Roundhouse

Probably the first roundhouse in the world was built in 1839 at the Grade II* listed Derby Railway Works. By the time architects Maber took on the job of its restoration and transformation…

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Cranleigh Medical Practice

SR Architects were given the task to design and build a new health centre in Surrey. The challenge for project architect Sohrab Rustomjee was to create a building which would provide…

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Tower Works

Refurbishing the key historic site of Tower Works in Holbeck, Leeds, called for materials of a high quality with aesthetics and performance standards that are consistent with Grade…

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Castle Hill

This new residential property in Berkhampstead was designed by Featherstone Young Architects. The house is made up of two contrasting wings, one side of the house looking out…

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St John's College

Cavaleri Partnership Architects were tasked with designing the new Science, Music and Teaching blocks at St John’s College School in Cambridge.  Completed in 2013, the new senior…

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The Granary, Barking

The Granary building is one of the oldest remaining buildings within the Borough of Barking and Dagenham.  The refurbishment of the 19th century building forms part of the first…

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St George's School

Howl Associates were appointed by Worcestershire County Council to design the new St Georges Primary School in Kidderminster.  The Rooflight Company’s Plateau Rooflights were…

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Beccles Health Centre

Beccles Health Centre in Suffolk has recently been refurbished in order to maximise ‘consulting’ space within the building. Providing natural light and ventilation was key to the…

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St John Rye

St John Rye is a former Ambulance Station which was built in the 1950’s.  The former station is located within a private walled courtyard alongside a Grade II listed Georgian…

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Country Cottages

Guy Hollaway Architects were briefed to design and deliver two replacement dwellings, located on the site of an existing uninspiring pair of 1960 semi detached houses. It was…

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The Keep

The Keep is a new-build historical centre in Falmer, Brighton. The building has been designed to be used by the general public and educational groups within the community. The…

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Shooters Hill

This extension to an Edwardian house creates a harmonious union between different types of space: traditional and modern, indoor and outdoor; cooking and living. Architect Craig…

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1 Links Avenue

For this new-build property in Felixstowe, architect Robert Allerton wanted large-span roof windows that would complement the design of the building and offer a low-profile and…

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Reeds Mill

Thought to have been built in 1824, Reeds Mill was built at a time when grinding wheat was so profitable it was not just the great estates but also the church that controlled milling.

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Hoffman Building

A major consideration in the refurbishment of the 17th century Hoffman Building was ensuring that the roof windows had an extremely low profile and slim sections, since any changes…

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Cotswolds Property

The brief for this new-build project in the Cotswolds involved the design and build of a new contemporary and bright informal four bedroom family home. The client requires an…

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Clayfield

RHM Architects designed this award-winning sustainable project consisting of 26 affordable homes after winning an RIBA open competition in 2006. The brief to the Rooflight Company…

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Michael Baker Boathouse

The brief for this new-build project in the Cotswolds involved the design and build of a new contemporary and bright informal four bedroom family home. The client requires an…

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North West London Property

Having worked with the Rooflight Company before, Elliot Payne contacted the Rooflight Company to discuss his requirements for bespoke rooflight for a new build residential property…

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