Rooted in Scandinavia design and Latvian culture, the new place of worship is a subtle, simple form with elegant detailing. Infused with vertical elements – like the steeple, glazing and siding – provide the opportunity for an elevated experience.
Inside and out, a palette reminiscent of the Birch Trees in Latvia, creates a lighter, brighter and nature-inspired place where the Latvian community can gather and worship.
Inside the sanctuary, colored glass inspired by the setting sun over the Baltic Sea, accents the neutral palette and highlights the chancel area.
Additionally, an intimate prayer garden nestled between the existing community center and the new sanctuary promotes quiet reflection, and showcases the connection on natural elements consistent throughout the project.
Kalamazoo Latvian Church
- Interior Design
- Finish Specification
- Custom Millwork
- Project Management
- Community Engagement
- Fundraising & Meeting Packages