After after (but not complete yet):
St. John the Baptist Catholic Church in Chico, California was built in 1909 by Fr. Michael Gualco. At the time of its initial construction, he knew it was disproportionately large for the congregation, but anticipated growth and built a church that could be used for generations.
The church was never highly decorated but had architectural integrity that would later inspire the renewal of the space. Working closely with the St. John the Baptist design committee and PWC Architects,
EverGreene Architectural Artscreated a design program aimed to develop new, historically sympathetic artwork. The research component consisted of an examination of historic photos (with special attention to the historic pillars, side aisle ceilings), as opposed to an onsite investigation of historic finishes.
Now St. John’s possesses a harmonious liturgical artistry program that links the historic building with new artwork and furnishings, the long-awaited result of their community's dedication to this church.
Check it out at https://evergreene.com/projects/st-john-the-baptist/