Photo by Tom Miller

An early 20th Century church with an unusual and breathtaking interior of Guastavino tile work has been given a much deserved write-up on the blog Daytonian in Manhattan. Stories of the church’s construction, its social happenings, and its architectural prowess are all explored. Read on to learn more about weddings, expansions, deaths, and of course, stunning tile work.

Once you’ve read up on Holy Trinity, you can read explore all the Upper West Side buildings profiled by the Daytonian–and take a trip to our updated Building Database to find other UWS works by Guastavino!


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