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Bishop Edward King Chapel, Níall McLaughlin Architects
View from ambulatory looking into the main chapel towards the lectern
An elegant timber lattice structure rises up to a lime plastered ceiling
A private prayer space frames a view out over the surrounding farm land
External view of the private prayer space and Blessed Sacrament Niche
The private prayer space can be glimpsed from the main chapel
A ribbon of high windows flood the chapel with even light
The oak Glulam bell tower provides a visual anchor to the building's exterior
Here the dogtooth stonework is framed by the canopy of an ancient beech tree
This building made it to the RIBA Stirling shortlist in 2013