St Paul's Cathedral
St Paul's Cathedral is the church of the Diocese of Melbourne that houses Melbourne's Archbishop. Standing centrally in the Melbourne since 1891, this gothic building has long been known as one of Melbourne's major architectural landmarks.
Our team out of Melbourne was engaged to complete a major internal repaint across four levels throughout the cathedral, including the Archbishop's office. In order to get the inside of this icon ready for the application of our paint, some building repairs were required. These repairs considered heritage windows, doors, skirtings and architraves.
Subsequent to these refurbs our painting commenced, and after two and a half months of intensive repainting, the cathedral was sporting a fresh look on the interior that juxtaposes the stoic facades visible from street level.
For a better look at our work, check out the video below