Kosinski Architecture


Our renovation of the St. Mary Church, Branford, CT entailed implementing new finishes throughout the interior, including new stone and wood flooring at the sanctuary and carpet at the nave aisles. The original neo-colonial church lacked any sense of scale or detail at the interior. In order to ameliorate that condition, we implemented a paneled wainscot at the existing HVAC perimeter feed knee-wall. The sanctuary was rearranged and enlarged, with the inclusion of a new pulpit. We designed new liturgical centers and furnishings, including the pulpit, a reconfigured font, a new ambry and an Infant of Prague Shrine. The Font entailed the design and installation of a new marble basin of Emperador medium sourced and fabricated in Italy. The other elements were of wood to the match the original Colonial approach to the furnishings at the church. New focal lighting at the sanctuary with full dimming and remote control was implemented where before there were no such controls in order to provide the performance of the liturgy with adequate and appropriate support.

St. Mary Church Renovations

Branford, CT

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