History states that Notre Dame Cathedral has survived revolutions and 2 world wars so we have no doubt that the people of Paris will reinstate this international landmark once again to its former glory.
We were delighted to receive these beautiful images taken by Sinéad Mallee of the Papal chair from 1979 and the chair for Pope Francis crafted by ICS furniture in 2018. Make sure to visit the museum on your next visit. The Papal chair design designed for Pope Francis is purposefully understated … Continue reading
Since 1972 Irish Contract Seating (ICS Furniture) nestled in the heart of the little village of Dromod in County Leitrim, have been quietly designing and crafting beautiful bespoke furniture for places of worship right across Ireland, the UK, Italy, France, the US and Australia. The niche market that the company … Continue reading
The ICON 40 chair by ICS Furniture has just moved to the top of its class! This stackable, linkable and customisable seat was designed by ICS furniture not only for places of worship, but also for contract use in offices, conferences and schools and has just been awarded the BS … Continue reading
ICS Furniture were delighted to see their specially designed chair featured in this months Stewardship Newsletter. The newsletter covers the Papal visit to Knock on August 26th this year and features images of our Papal Chair. Described as some of the “Special Elements” of the trip it goes on to … Continue reading
We at ICS Furniture have been working behind the scenes for a number of months on a specially commissioned chair for yesterday’s Papal visit of Pope Francis to Knock. Having worked on the extensive refurbishment of the Basilica in 2015, the company were once again called upon to produce a … Continue reading
ICS Furnishers have been at the forefront of bespoke church furniture design, having developed innovative pieces of furniture many times in the past, such as the Christ Church Chair, The Harrogate Bench and The Knock Seat just to name a few. However, the ICS Furnishers team are very ambitious and … Continue reading
The Dardistown Crematorium is a new state-of-the-art crematorium located in Dardistown Cemetry, Cloghran, Co Dublin. The facility will be a non-denominational facility which will offer an alternative to traditional burials in Ireland which caters for up to 300 mourners. The design of this crematorium building is predicated on the arrival … Continue reading