The Rose Historic Chapel

The Rose Historic Chapel, formerly known as the St Mary's Convent Chapel, is a heritage-listed stone church building located in Colombo Street in Christchurch. It was built in 1910 as part of the St Mary's Convent complex. Severely damaged in Christchurch's 2011 earthquake, Plaster Works are delighted to have been invloved in its recent restoration.

Plaster Works completed all the interior plaster work, including the hand worked remake of all columns, arches, niches and dado rails. Many original pieces salvaged from the ruin were seemlessly incorporated with the new work.

The Chapel is now owned by the Christchurch City Council, to be used as a venue, and was re-opened in July 2018 after the extensive repair and strengthening.
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