Tabernacle built into the altar of repose. High quality imported Italian tablenacle door and works.
Restored statue by Heritage Restoration and Design Studio.
Photograph of restored historic church. Photograph shows ceiling beams, murals, church furnishings, pews flooring and new lighting.
Church view taken from the restored balcony.
Custom built pulpit, designed to maximize space in small sanctuary configurations with classic design elements.
An additional photograph of this pulpit and altar rail combination.
Church lighting and column facades. These columns utilize HRD's custom marbleizing process and are used to encapuslate structural steel columns that support the above balcony. The custom lighting borrows its design from other interior elements.
Balcony facade used to increase the height of the balcony wall to bring balcony up to local code. Facade contains marble panels that mimic the marbleizing found in other locations around the church.
Marian statue enshrined in new side altar niche.
New Immaculate Conception stained glass window. Designed to be a transom above entrance doors to the church. Designed to match client's concept.
Immaculate Conception mural painted by Heritage's artisans. Replica of Murillo's original painting.
Side altar base with hand hammered metal icon.
Side altar base with hand hammered metal icon. Symbolizing Saint Joseph the Worker.
Light fixtures for this project were designed with power consumption in mind as well as balancing the interior light qualities with the existing stained glass windows.
Close up of simple gothic pendant lamp.
Hand hammered last supper icon located in the sacrificial altar.
Altar base with columns and iconography.
Altar contains secured interior shelf for an altar stone.
Domed celing and murals
New marble steps were supplied by Heritage and installation was coordinated with local installers. 2 tones of marble tile were used in this project
Image of altar and new marble floor.
The orginal church had ogee arches above the side altars. Heritage designed around the existing niches to reintroduce this lost element back into the building.
Photograph of domed celing and murals
Imported cross and corpus from HRD's European suppliers. Mural of Jerusalem painted by Heritage's artisans. Custom solid wood cross with rayburst.
Altar rail designed and fabricated for this church utilizeing foiled gothic arches and small cornthian capitals.
Another angle of Heritage's gothic church railing system. Dimensions customized to fit the interior space.
Column base with inset marbleized paneling.
New church seating and interior decorating.
Corinthian composite capital and shaft. Derived from the orders of architecture, in this case without normal back plate.
New sanctuary seating
Ceiling beams and interior decorating
Heritage designed and fabricated a series of ceiling beams to add a level of depth and class to the existing ceiling. The material was designed for the high Texas heat.
Columns on wall
Baptismal font with inset marbleized panel
Dome with angels and Holy Spirit mural
Mural closeup of angel with thurible.