New Clairvaux Monastery | 2Vina, CA
800-year-old stones and Sierra Pacific's Architectural Wall System make for the perfect juxtaposition of old and new. Master Mason Frank Helmholz completed the magnificent interior of the church using stones from a Cistercian monastery in Spain. The stones were once owned by William Randolph Hearst but were found languishing in San Francisco.
Contractors: Sunseri Associates, Inc. & Collier Group
Architect: Dennis Thompson, dmta architecture
Photographer: Unique Angles Photography, Marcus BergTags: Awning, Commercial, Commercial Swing Door, Direct Glaze, Door, New Construction, Sloped Glazing, Special Shapes, Timber Curtain, Traditional, Vertical Glazed Architectural Wall System, Wall System, Window