The Triangle, Bolton

Igloo Interiors was invited by Trustees of North Bolton Methodist Church Development in November 2013 to design an interior scheme for the enhancement of the architectural space to their prospective new church building in Delph Hill, Bolton, Lancashire.

Igloo worked with the Client and Design Team to design interior wall and floor finishes to all areas, design and procure cafe furnitures, liaise with M&E Consultants for lighting and create unique graphics for the dividing glazed screen between meeting rooms cafe and other communal spaces.

On Sunday 19th October 2014 The Triangle Community Methodist Church in Bolton, costing £1.2M was officially opened and a new era began for the church and the locality.

The Triangle today is an excellent example of a new public building designed for serving the local community and brimming with activity from morning until evening. It is a delight to see a fully met interior design brief being utilised so effectively and looking just as good at the end of a busy day.

  

Property Award
Just like in your own home, it is the detailed design touches that make the difference when it comes to ‘personalising’ a church. This is why members and visitors alike are so taken with the Triangle.
We are indebted to our interior designers for their advice which has brought the church to life in this way.
— Client
“The wounderfull building and paricularly the ambiance in the coffee lounge”

“The welcoming atmosphere in this lovely building and the way the colours work”

“A lot of thought has gone into this building and in particular the finishes”
— Visitors' Comments