Blistrup Church in Græsted in North Zealand is a Romanesque church which dates back to the 12th century. As lead consultant, we completed an architectural and technical upgrade of the church the main approach of which was to restore the Romanesque church’s historic design by moving the baptismal font out of the nave and back to its original place in the longitudinal axis of the church at the second division from the east.
Restoration and energy efficiency optimisation
Blistrup Parish Council
Baptismal Font Moved to its Original Place
Moving the baptismal font has changed the hierarchy of the church and created a new spatial section for the baptismal services which emphasises the original meaning of the baptism as the entry point to Christian life.