Internal and External Cast Stone Features on Modern Cathedral

thumb_brentwood_cathedral_9Brentwood Cathedral is a modern cathedral which incorporates a Victorian Church. The new section, designed by distinguished architect Quinlan Terry, to replace an earlier 1960’s extension, was opened in 1991. Distinctive features of the new part of the cathedral are its clear windows, which allow light to flood in and be reflected off the white walls and stone floor and its extensive use of gold leaf.

Cast stone specialists Broadmead supplied the internal and external cast stone features, including the portico, cornices, pediments, window dressings, and internal and external columns.