New Temple Complex

New Temple Complex
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The New Temple Complex was designed by James Gorst Architects for the White Eagle Lodge, a multi-faith, nondenominational spiritual organization.
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Greyfriars by Konishi Gaffney
Greyfriars Charteris Centre
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Konishi Gaffney Architects’ refurbishment and extension of Greyfriars Charteris Centre in Edinburgh has transformed the underused former church and administrative building into a thriving community hub, providing flexible work and events spaces and a nondenominational sanctuary.
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The Chapel of St Albert the Great
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The Chaplaincy at the University of Edinburgh is in an elegant townhouse in George Square, the oldest Georgian square in Edinburgh. The building's form and materials, the use of a sedum roof covering and, in particular, the use of timber, contribute to a calm, peaceful space in a tranquil garden.
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Norwich Cathedral Visitors’ Centre
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The new Refectory at Norwich Cathedral, the first stage of development to help sustain the future life of this important church, was completed in 2004, and won the Gold Awards at the 2004 Wood Awards.
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Stanbrook Abbey
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Stanbrook Abbey was described in the RIBA National Awards citation as 'a truly extraordinary piece of architecture'.
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Belarusian Memorial Chapel
Belarusian Memorial Chapel
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When the nuclear power plant at Chernobyl exploded in 1986, it devastated the land and people of Belarus with radioactive fallout, contaminating a quarter of the country. A new timber chapel commemorates the thirtieth anniversary of that terrible event, which forced thousands of people to evacuate their homes and land...
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Bishop Edward King Chapel front
Bishop Edward King Chapel
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Ripon Theological College is an Anglican seminary and its collegiate buildings, built of warm Cotswold stone by G E Street in the 1850s, stand amid rolling fields and ancient trees in rural Oxfordshire.
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Cambridge Central Mosque
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The design of the new mosque in Cambridge, by Marks Barfield Architects, is based on the concept of 'a calm oasis for contemplation, under a grove of trees', inspired by the image of the garden of paradise.
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