Parish Church, Queen Maria (Maria Königin)

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In 2002, the Maria Königin (Queen Maria) parish church in Prato allo Stelvio (Prad on the Stilfserjoch) underwent a general reconstruction within a four-month period. The floor of the main building of the church, built between 1956 and 1958 in the style of post-war functionalism, was covered with large-format LASA VENATO AREBESCATO® floor slabs and the altar staircase and the entire altar room of the post-modern building with LASA BIANCO ORTLES® slabs. The reconstruction was based on the ideas and plans of the then priest, Reverend Josef Ploner. The reconstruction was carried out under the direction of the Malles Venosta (Mals) based Architecture- und Engineer Office: Patscheider & Partner.

Project Information

Prad/Prato, Italy, 2002

Product:floor cladding, skirtings (Arabescato) and stairs (Ortles)
Photos:René Riller

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