Centerbrook designed The Pavilion at Grace for historic Grace Episcopal Church in Providence, Rhode Island.

The new 12,000-square-foot meeting space will house event space and support facilities. The design project also includes a new egress stair for the existing five-story building that joins The Pavilion.

Originally designed in 1844 by Richard Upjohn, the foremost architect of the time, and listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Grace was the first asymmetrical Gothic Revival church in America. In 1912, another renowned architect, Ralph Adams Cram, designed the chancel.

The Pavilion at Grace broke ground in June 2016 and completion is anticipated in the spring of 2017.

Renderings © Centerbrook