New life for New Town church
October 22 2009
An encaustic and geometric tiled floor combining popular 19th century motifs such as the Fleur de Lys and Celtic Knot is the stand out piece of the church and has been restored by Craven Dunnill Jackfield.
This involved creating more than 1,000 tiles in seven different designs using a hand dripping technique in a combination of buff, red, green and black.
Architects Simpson & Brown were responsible for overseeing the church’s restoration.
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