Produced in collaboration with the Victoria & Albert Museum, London, the V&A Tracery collection is inspired by Gothic architecture. A style prevalent from the 12th to the 16th centuries, its signatures include pointed arches, ribbed vaults, and an impression of verticality, and is a style most often associated with the great ecclesiastical buildings of Europe.

Imposing from the outside, Gothic interiors are transformed by windows in delicate, almost filigree tracery in stonework, metal and glass into uplifting spaces of light and wonder, a triumph of medieval design and engineering.

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