Proposed Interior Concepts for Renovation

As we are improving our facilities, we are discussing a "refresh" to our sanctuary. The concepts below are "springboards" and we want to know what you think about these design ideas. In the slideshows below, be sure to click on the right-hand side of the slideshow for more views. 

Moving forward, feedback may adjust aspects of the concepts. Cost, availability of materials and vendors, will all play a role in the final interior selections. Kindly note: the "artwork" (altarpieces) seen here are color-placeholders; sketches for specific artwork will begin once consensus has been determined towards an overall direction.

Current Sanctuary

Concept "16/60"

A “medieval/modern” space inspired by the existing stained glass windows, featuring:   

 wood paneled “reredos” behind altar  -  wooden enhancement to existing cross  -  areas on side walls for projections  -  custom stained-glass lightboxes placed between existing nave windows  -  hand-drawn "stained glass" panels floated into existing nave windows  -  custom-carved corbels finishing off edges of trusses  -  hand-built custom chancel furniture inspired by Christian symbols: Alpha & Omega  -  custom paraments

Concept "5000"

An “transcendant and contemporary” space inspired by the existing Modernist angles in the church building, featuring: 

bas-relief cross sculpture behind artwork altarpiece panels  -  enhanced lighting  -  painted trusses  -  sculptural bas-relief panels hung between nave windows  -  projections positioned on chancel walls  -  hand-built custom chancel furniture inspired by the shape of the church and Christian symbols: Alpha & Omega, Luther's Rose (font), Holy Spirit & "The Good Book" (ambo)  -  custom paraments

Concepts “16-60” and “5000” both include

custom hand-built altar, ambo, font  -  custom hand-sewn paraments  -  new padded seating (chairs)  -  custom altarpiece artwork (painting and sculpture)  -  dedicated areas suitable for projections  -  closure of “sacristy” nooks  -  aesthetic treatment of wall behind altar  -  artwork placed between existing nave windows  -  “wainscoting” along side walls  -  enhanced sanctuary lighting  -  removal of back wall (not seen in these concepts)

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