'Faith Craft': An in-depth and insightful look at 'faith craft' to evaluate the origins of the original furnishings for its the originality in relation to Gilberts Scott original vision. The completion of the reordering of the high altar was celebrated by opening the doors of 'Our Lady of the Victories' as part of London Design Week.

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This large body of furniture and ecclesiastical designs was a response to a close study of the work of Gilbert Scott for a grade 1 listed church on High Street Kensington, the project took us on an in-depth and insightful look at 'faith craft' to evaluate the origins of the original furnishings and its the originality in relation to Gilberts Scott original vision.
Original languageEnglish
TypeThe reordering of the High Alter
Media of outputDesign
Publication statusPublished - 15 Sep 2016

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