Applied lead tape is a beautiful and cost-effective alternative to traditional stained glass. These simple and elegant windows consist of lead designs on clear glass. It is typically preferred by universities and other large, traditional building projects which require a significant quantity of leaded glass at a reasonable price. The 650-window project at Notre Dame School of Law building is an excellent example of this application. The tape comes in many widths and profiles, allowing for a wide variety of patterns and designs, and can be applied on plate glass, insulated glass, and any other smooth-surfaced glass.