Temple Works is a Grade I listed former flax spinning mill in Leeds, built in the Egyptian Revival style between 1836 and 1840.  It was one of the first large-scale single storey factories in the world and is a landmark building in Leeds.  The Counting House, where Quadriga are currently working, provided office space for the mill owners, board members and Clerks.  Based on the temple of Horus at Edfu, the Egyptian influence of the architecture is evident in the winged sun disc motif and hieroglyphics carved into the stone, testament to Egypt’s role in the flax industry.


Works include:

  • Superheated steam clean of masonry
  • Masonry repairs and repointing
  • Glazing replacement
  • Roof replacement
  • Redecoration of windows
  • Repair, replacement and redecoration of ironwork, rainwater goods and leadwork
  • Timber window and door repairs and replacement
  • Removal of interior wall finished, ceilings and flooring to include plaster
  • Structural timber and slab replacement


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