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Cathedral Basilica of the Immaculate Conception

Denver, Colorado

Originally completed in 1912, the Cathedral Basilica of the Immaculate Conception was remodeled in 1977, which changed some of the original historical context of the building. In an effort to restore the original historical character of the building, Eidos Architects worked with the Archdiocese of Denver to restore the building which include changing the floor configuration of the sanctuary and working with a liturgical art company from Madrid Spain, adding new side shrines and an altar table to the Sanctuary.

New Designs

Eidos Architects also designed new wooden furniture replicating the gothic style of the building which includes a new Presider chair, deacon’s chairs and credence tables. The Baptistry has been relocated from the Narthex to the Nave utilizing the existing font as well as portions of the original marble communion rail.

Two of the confessionals will also be removed and replaced with devotional areas including relocating a large devotional marble cross as well as the devotional area to Our Lady of Guadalupe.