SCARGILL CHAPEL- AUG 2015
A visit to the Scargill Chapel located in the Yorkshire Dales National Park and designed by architect George Pace through 1958 -1961. The chapel is principally constructed externally of local limestone and red cedar shingles, weathering into the common silver grey of the surrounding crags and sky. Pace's quiet but deep seated interest in the principles and aesthetics of the modern movement, in particular walter gropius, can be traced throughout the building alongside an ecclesiastical reverence for medieval gothic.
scargill chapel george pace architecture yorkshire dales national park modernism landscape
scargill chapel george pace architecture yorkshire dales national park modernism landscape
scargill chapel george pace architecture yorkshire dales national park modernism landscape
scargill chapel george pace architecture yorkshire dales national park modernism landscape
scargill chapel george pace architecture yorkshire dales national park modernism landscape
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