our lady of lebanon church

MELBOURNE | 2009

Architecture: Andronas Architecture Conservation

Construction: level-ak

Photography:  

Andronas Architecture Conservation Website

The Lebanese Maronite community part of the Catholic Diocese had overgrown her old church in Rathdowne Street. Arthur Andronas a heritage architect was called to design a new cathedral In Thornbury. Arthur worked closely with the clergy and the community to provide a very warm church that enjoys apart from the weekly mass, great community religious and social gathering in the church and the hall underneath. John with his team from level Konstrukt built the new 600 seat cathedral working closely with other master contractors to complete the liturgical finishing, stone sculptures and all furnishings.

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