When the C3 Church Watson received a land grand to establish a place of worship they entrusted SQC Architecture and the Peppermint Room with the detailing and documentation of their new building.
SQC ARCHITECTURE’S SOLUTION
We guided and assisted the church through the ups and down of the building process which resulted in the completion of a state of the art, modern worship centre.
The centre consists of an auditorium, multi-purpose foyer, childcare facilities and administration offices on the first floor. The overall look and language is functional and modern with smart and cost effective detailing that lifts the spaces and provide interest without breaking the bank.
With the provisions for future expansion of the auditorium and the office space SQC Architecture have provided the C3 Church Watson with a facility not only suitable for now, but also for years to come.
Key Project Features
A church is like a sailing boat that carries and stirs people through the sea of faith, of life and of relationships. The entry to this contemporary church is designed with reference to a boat; the front pylon being the tip of the bow, the curved wall being the sail and the internal spaces being the hull to keep its precious cargo safe.
The general building concept was a simple geometric approach of boxes being manipulated and pushed into each other and generating the required spaces.
Client comment/ testimonial
“…Small Quinton Coleman demonstrated a high understanding of the specification, needs and limitations of our project and were still able to produce an excellent facility that accomplished out intention to minister to our members and the local community. They provided exceptional attention to detail and listened to our requests throughout the entire project…”