Our staff designers have always sought to serve the worship and liturgical needs of communities without adversely impacting architectural spaces and settings. We have been successful because we have always sought to clearly understand the voice of the community within the vocabulary of the building. From Victorian to Post-Modernism, dominant styles and tastes change over time. We continue to espouse the need to seamlessly blend changes and updates into liturgical objects, and to tastefully answer the requirements of the space, the congregation and the community. Through scholarship and experience, Rambusch designers have found answers through nearly every known medium and for all budgets: marble and granite; surface paint, fresco, secco and gilding; mosaic, stained glass and ceramics; fine woodwork; carved and cast ornament; repoussè, engraving, silver, gold, bronze; plastics or stainless steel, Monel metal or aluminum.