As part of plans and wider initiatives to improve the visitor facilities at Lincoln Cathedral, the Dean and Chapter commissioned a new window within the lobby area of the new toilet facilities. The brief for the theme of the window was to celebrate key moments within the Cathedral’s history which date back over 900 years. The imagery and text represent the key events of the building from 1072 when Bishop Remigius begun building the post conquest Cathedral, through the various building phases and up to the 21st century. Heavenly blue symbolizes the life of the building, represented vertically through the centre of the design. The client requested that the design enabled the continuing vista through the window, to maintain views of the building and the visitor experience within the architecture. The window measures approximately 2.2m x 3.6m and was made entirely of antique glass, the techniques utilised were; acid etching, glass-painting, silver-staining and silk-screen printing.