"The early 13th-century chapel in Lambeth Palace, London, is a fine example of the early English Gothic style, with its lancet windows. The floor was installed by Archbishop Laud, and a vaulted ceiling was installed by Edward Blore in 1846... The Dominican community from Blackfriars Oxford was invited to sing Compline in the Palace chapel, which may have been a first since the Reformation!" - Fr. Lawrence, OP. Flickr.