The sample renderings below are not part of the final permit set or city-approved construction documents. While they represent the general design, some details may change as the process progresses.
The sample building plan pages below are not part of the final permit set or city-approved construction documents. While they represent the general design, some details may change as the process progresses.
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Synthetic Slate Shingle
In keeping with our “old world” design, we are exploring various synthetic slate shingles that offer the historic look of a natural stone material at a much more affordable price.
Douglas Fir Truss & Pine Decking in Chapel
The ceiling in the chapel will include a stained pine tongue and groove decking and a beautiful truss system constructed of Douglas Fir timber. These elements will combine to create a brand new worship space with a “rooted in history” aesthetic.
Ashlar Fieldstone on Chapel
The design calls for a stone exterior on the chapel to highlight its sacred purpose and accentuate the old world styling of the entire building.
Cast Stone Accents
Cast Stone balustrades, window and door lentils, parapet caps and finials will add decorative interest, contrast and a finished appearance to the building.
The brick is a critically important design element for the building. We are looking at samples in a classic style with brown/gray earth tones in the larger “Queen” size brick.
Sourcing light fixtures for the chapel with the right combination of style and performance is not an easy task. We have identified a few manufacturers that specialize in worship spaces and produce very efficient decorative pendant fixtures we believe will work well in this important space.
Our design team has found a high-quality Marvin window with a grid pattern that is well-suited for the building’s overall look. They will have a Bronze Clad exterior and a Bare Pine interior with the largest quantity measuring 42”x96”. There are also an assortment of custom shapes and sizes.