Brambier’s used Barrisol hanging frames in the Columbia Theological Seminary. The hanging frames added a beautiful, ethereal feel to the space. The hanging frames also create lovely acoustics for the various types of events held there. The frames are hung at various heights and orientations high in the ceiling, drawing the eye up to the open skylight at the pinnacle of the lovely vault.

Barrisol Hanging Frames

The unique design of Barrisol Hanging Frames make this a fantastic option for a range of designs and architectural spaces. The frames help produce a crisp, diffused light, and can be hung in a variety of ways to produce the best light, sound, and feel for any number of buildings and spaces. Specialty colors are available for the frames as well, to match the color scheme of the space.

About the Columbia Theological Seminary:

Columbia Theological Seminary is a community of theological inquiry and formation for ministry in the service of the Church of Jesus Christ. While an accredited theological school of the Presbyterian Church (USA) founded in the Reformed tradition, they are an ecumenical school hosting a large table for people of all denominations and backgrounds.

Location: 701 South Columbia Drive Decatur, GA 30030

Contractor: New South Construction Company, Inc.

Architect/Designer: Lord, Aeck & Sargent Architects, Inc.

When Brambier’s completed this project: 2011

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About the Photographer:

Michael Maheux is the owner of Panorama 360°. Mr. Maheux is based in France, and traveled to Florida to photograph these wonderful spaces. He is an architectural photographer, specializing in virtual tours, or 360° panorama photographs. With his innovative approach and technological know-how, Mr. Maheux brings distinctive vision to his work. He has traveled the world, photographing the unique and beautiful architecture throughout Europe, North America, South America, Africa and Asia. See more of his amazing portfolio at