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Romag glass flooring, designed and installed by Wilde Glass, was a major feature in the restoration of the Fishermans Church in Brixham.

The use of glass flooring, the restoration of the natural stone and use of strong Victorian colours and floor tiles were key points which contributed to creating a unique living space in the main ‘Chancel area - where the altar stood’, which comprised the main living space and master bedroom below, originally a part of the church some 12 metres high.

The screen printed glass floor was utilised to introduce more natural light into the 18th Century Church while also protecting the privacy of its residents.

For more information on how Romag could help with your projects, contact our sales team sales@romag.co.uk

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