The Grove Bible Chapel:
Design that Oscillates Between
Culture and Modern

Grove Bible Chapel - Florida, the reconstruction project completed in 2020 offers a multi-functional facility that welcomes the public to gather for their services.

Meganite Solid Surface was used throughout the interior to create a fusion between culture and the modern design concept.

Hygienic and Durable Design that Last Over Time

A first impression is a lasting impression that last. Designing for a public space demand material that can both convey the right impression and also to withstand the wear and tear that comes with heavy daily traffic.

Leveraging on Meganite solid surface’s thermoforming ability, the seamless design was made possible for the reception. The surfaces could withstand the rigors of heavy use, while remaining stain-free and durable.  It is nonporous, so it can be easily cleaned and minimal maintenance that the spaces require in the long term.

Delivering an attractive visual focal point for the restroom, Meganite solid surface create an inviting and hygienic environment to the space. Cleanliness and hygienic are crucial criteria with restroom design, and a hygienic design enables, and simplifies the entire cleaning process too.

Meganite solid surface meets the demand because of its advantages:

  • Seamless: Vanity top and backsplash can be seamlessly integrated with no visible joints to collect dirt and moisture

  • Easy to clean: Nonporous surface which resist stains or moisture to penetrate into the surface. With proper cleaning, the surface also resists the growth of mold, mildew and bacteria.

Meganite solid surface was also used in the different areas which includes the pantry, nursery room and audio & visual room.

Color Used:

M022 Taupe Concrete

Architect:

Baker Barrios

Designer:

Russchelle Fox

Fabricator:

Glenco Industries

Distributor:

Richelieu Hardware