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St. George’s Cathedral

St. George’s Cathedral, (c1840), Kingston, Ontario


This project entailed developing drawings and specifications for the restoration of stained glass windows and gothic wood window frames, including design for properly ventilated protective glazing.




The cathedral today as seen from the south-east.




A typical exterior view showing the deteriorated 
window frame and poorly detailed protective glazing.




One of the ‘American’ style windows suffering from 
earlier poor repairs and unventilated protective glazing.




Details for the new operating ventilators.

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