First Presbyterian Church
Atlanta, Georgia

This project consisted of a two phase renovation.  The first phase involved the installation of a new pipe organ and a new rose window.  The rose window was able to be illuminated by natural daylight (even though another building backed up to the chancel wall) by placing a skylight in the corridor behind the window.  Phase 2 included lowering the elevated choir, a new lighting system,  new stone and Moravian tile chancel platform, as well as the design of more flexible chancel furnishings.  All of the chancel furnishings (other than the font) are movable to provide a very flexible area which can be arranged for a variety of musical or dramatic events.

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