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wood iconostasis in type II-B building
January 16, 2018
11:12 am
cheungchan73@gmail.com
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This becomes a room within the church? I would say ideally, the partitions will meet the requirements in the building code, based on the construction type of the church. Otherwise, the existing building code could be used.

January 13, 2018
7:46 pm
jrecny@hlrarchitects.com
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The church we are designing has a large free-standing iconostasis (wood screen with icons and a gate/door at the center) on the altar platform.  I consider it furniture, as it isn't part of the building structure (although it may be connected in a few places for stability).  Are there any issues with this?  Is wood okay?