Prism Architectural Project: Lambeth Palace Library

Lambeth Palace Library
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Prism are delighted to announce the appointment by Knight Harwood to deliver the Lambeth Palace Library external envelop which consists of Schuco curtain walling, windows, doors and aluminium rainscreen system.

The new library building will preserve the most important religious collection outside the Vatican – the collections include more than 5,000 volumes of manuscripts and over 200,000 printed books.

Prism will be designing and installing Schuco FW60+ SG and FWS60 capped curtain walling and windows & doors will be manufactured for high insulated AWS/ADS 75.SI profiles. Double glazed units will be sourced from our supply chain partners – Pilkington’s UK.

We are delighted to add this prestigious scheme to our portfolio with works commencing on-site in November 2018.

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