In addition to work in churches, Granda also carries out projects for private individuals. One of his latest interventions has been to make a tabernacle, some altarpieces as well as a series of tablecloths and albs for a private oratory located in Canada.
The tabernacle is of Mozarabic style in lacquered silver, inspired by the agate box of San Isidoro de León, of the 11th century. On the door is a scene of the Virgin and Child.
Since this is a chapel where the acts are celebrated with the back to the people and there is no space in the altar to install a cross, a special cross with Christ has been added to the tabernacle.