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Wooden Chapel / John Pawson

When John Pawson was commissioned by the Siegfried and Elfriede Denzel Foundation to design a wayside chapel for a site in southwestern Germany, he became part of a longstanding tradition of erecting chapels as spiritual and architectural features in the landscape. The purpose of the Sieben Kapellen or Seven Chapels project is to provide cyclists with a series of places in which to take shelter, but also to pause and reflect. A common brief for all of the seven chapels stipulated a timber construction, with a cross in the vicinity and provision of seating.
© Photography Felix Friedmann

Architects: John Pawson

Location: Unterliezheim, 89440 Lutzingen, Germany

Category: Chapel

Design Team: Jan Hobel, Eleni Koryzi, Max Gleeson

Area: 30.0 m2

Project Year: 2018

Photographs: Photography Felix Friedmann

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Source: Archdaily
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