Modern churches.

Architecture and art of modern churches often diverts from traditional principles of beauty: clarity, harmony, and integrity. After decades of use they lose their aesthetic appeal and appear out-of-date.

Inspired liturgical artistry requires complete harmony with the architecture. Colors schemes, ornamentation, and decorative finishes should therefore not champion one particular style but create a curated composition. Considering the existing architecture, historic precedent, and the unique tastes and needs of the community, our designers, artisans, and craftspeople implement architecturally appropriate renewal programs for aging modern environments and adaptive reuse spaces.