Christ church Teddington
After selling their old church building, the congregation moved into the adjacent church hall, This was a temporary measure, as the existing building was outdated and inflexible. Our proposal to refurbish and extend the building has been approved by the Local Authority.
A new glazed entrance, visible from the street acts as a beacon, marking the church’s presence in the public realm. The main hall will be divided by a folding-sliding oak screen which will allow the building to perform multiple functions simultaneously.
In the worship space the existing roof structure will be replaced with exposed composite oak and stainless steel trusses, maximising volume and natural light in this, the most important, space.