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Lobby adds to sense of community at St James' Church's Sheriff Centre

When the vicar of St James' Church decided to open The Sheriff Centre to house a Post Office, café, stationery and retail shop, and a children's soft play area, it was clear that the ramshackle wooden porch was not fit for purpose.

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Council is open to everyone thanks to GEZE UK

When the most prominent grade II listed building in Derby was renovated more than 200 reliable and efficient manual and automatic door operators were needed that would ensure ease of use, whilst closing effectively to allow electronic locking for security reasons.

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GEZE UK was the automatic choice for Blenheim Palace

When Blenheim Palace undertook its largest development for 200 years, it wanted glass doors that would enable visitors to flow into its visitor centre while allowing the stunning vista of the Estate to be seen.

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GEZE UK Powers Ripon Cathedral’s New Entrance

The Masons marks on Ripon Cathedral’s West Front show it was built by the finest craftsmen in England and Europe; so when the Cathedral decided to install a stunning glass porch, it was essential the project was as finely crafted and durable as the building itself.

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GEZE UK’s unique entrance graces Finsbury Circus

Take a listed building at a prestigious London address in the heart of the City, add a floor made from the thick steel hull from a ship and a traditional wooden entrance lobby, then request a modern entrance which enables access and reduces heat loss.

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Ringing the changes at Fort Nelson

Once an impenetrable ring of masonry and earthworks, designed to protect Britain’s premier naval dockyard in Portsmouth, Fort Nelson is now open to all visitors thanks to a range of easily accessible automatic entrances.

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Old meets new in Wollaton's grand entrance

GEZE UK has sympathetically united Tudor architecture and a trendy glass entrance as part of a major restoration programme at Wollaton Hall.

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GEZE UK: Talk of the town

GEZE UK has successfully brought together classical architecture and contemporary glass automated entrances to allow access for all, as part of a £35million re-development at Birmingham's historic Town Hall.

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GEZE UK goes to church

Answering the prayers of church-goers in Penrith, Cumbria, the UK’s leading manufacturer of door and window control systems, GEZE UK, is uniting 18th Century architecture with the latest door technology to make access easier for the congregation of St Andrews Church.

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Gothic challenge for GEZE UK

Rising to a very gothic challenge, the UK’s leading manufacturer of door and window control systems is making the Victorian-style entrance and internal gothic arched doors at Durham Town Hall accessible for all.

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UFO sited at Bradford City Hall

Historic Bradford City Hall is now home to a couple of UFOs.

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Modern RWA system in historic architecture

Doors in listed buildings need to meet the same requirements as doors in new buildings.

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Old sparkler complexly renovated

For the past four years the Stuttgart church "Stiftskirche" was reconditioned for almost 14 million Euros.

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High-Baroque and high tech

In the field of conflicting views during reconstruction of a historical church GEZE has been able to offer a tailor-made RWA (smoke and heat extractor) system.