GRANDA has just completed the assembly of a oratory in Amsterdam whose design has been carried out by architect Antonio Puerta.
The oratory is located in an old building in the Dutch capital. Following the indications of the client and the architect in charge of the project, GRANDA has been the company in charge of design and elaborate the elements that now decorate both the oratory and the sacristy and to carry out the assembly.
Among many of the elements realized by GRANDA is the large painting presiding over the altarthe altar table made of beech wood fibers varnished in wenge tone. On the front it has a prayer, seal and engraved rose forming surfaces and finished with silver leaf mixion.
The main building is made of beech wood, the same material used to make the whole of oratory benchesThe chair is made of beech wood varnished in wenge tone and with backrest and kneelers upholstered with microfiber fabric.
The wooden cross The anteoratory is made of black lacquered beech wood, while the holy water font is made of polished marble, with bottom and block forming a recessed bowl.
The development of the elements of the confessional have also been made by the artisans of the GRANDA art workshops, such as the confessional partition (made of double beech wood in wenge tone with interior frame, wall light, grille frame, kneeler and shelf.
In the sacristy a cupboard for chasubles and sacred vessels has been installed in beech wood and the ornament table, also made of the same material.