The honey coloured ceiling and brick walls necessitated a floor that captured these colours (3405 - Granada) but also toned down the visual aspect of the floor (3146 - serene grey in a pixellated random pattern).
Added inspiration comes from sunlight filtering through the large rectangular stained glass windows in strong primary colours. It also provided the floor with a strong visual element, with Jerusalem crosses aqua cut at key places where communion is served.
|Location||Auckland, New Zealand|
|Interior Architect||David Muir|
|Flooring Contractor||Auckland Quality Flooring|
|Commissioned by||St Josephs Church Parish Council|