St Mary’s Chastelton

‘It is maybe easy to assume that a
medieval church that was extended in
the early fourteenth century, gained a
tower in the seventeenth century and was restored in the late nineteenth century is of considerably more interest to the twenty-first architectural historian, than the
twenty-first century architect. But when I
look around this church, what I see are
the timeless continuities of architecture
— light, mass, proportion, rhythm, repetition, surface and atmosphere.’

John Pawson


John Pawson