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The same way we were chosen to do the central ceiling for the Saint Mary of the Royal Fortress Catholic Church, we were honored with the construction of the different style lateral aisles.
The church laterals are basically flat rafters done by interlacing beautiful elaborated joists and panels. A must see if you ever go to this church.

Customer:
Andalusia Cultural Council
Architect:
Mr. Enrique Venegas Medina
Year:
2005
Country:
Spain
Project:
Saint Mary of the Royal Fortress
Typology:
Christian Church laterals
Development:
Lateral aisles
Technique:
Interlaced joist and panels
Woods:
European pine tree
Finishing:
Walnut varnish
Dimensiones:
91 x 16 ft.