On October 3, 2009, the university Hillsdale College celebrated the dedication of a new chapel on the occasion of its 175th anniversary. For this worship space within the university, we created two monumental bronze-finished crosses designed by Duncan G. Stroik, the project's architect.
At Granda we are specialists in creating works of art and any type of piece for the cladding of a church. We have the vision of creating art that shows Christ with an ecumenical spirit and we have extensive experience in the lining of parishes, convents and chapels of schools and universities.
The two crosses, made of metal and 2.3 meters high, were conceived for the interior of the chapel and are inspired in their design by St. Martin-in-the-Fields Church in London and Christ Church in Philadelphia.
We show you some pictures of the crosses designed by Stroik before leaving our workshop in Alcalá de Henares.