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God's plan: Bethnal Green Mission Church in London, UK by Gatti Routh RhodesSubscription


Shortlisted for the Moira Gemmill Prize for Emerging Architecture 2020: the Bethnal Green Mission Church in London, the first major project by Gatti Routh Rhodes, is shaping Stefanie Rhodes’ architectural future

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Britain in Seoul: The path to Korean modernitySubscription

By Alfred Hwangbo

Creating surreal pockets of Victorian Britain in the megalopolis of Seoul, the UK played a significant role in the formative years of Korea’s modernisation

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‘Abstract forms were espoused more quickly by the German church than by industries’Subscription

By Kathleen James-Chakraborty

In the wake of the Second World War, radical new places for repentance, forgiveness and renewal emerged in West Germany

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‘A church remains a monument whatever the spiritual or material loss from disuse’Subscription

By Tim Rock

New uses for churches must be found if they are to survive redundancy

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‘Bombs clattered down on St. George’s-in-the-East - only the sturdy shell remains’Subscription

By John Summerson

John Summerson’s obituary note for one of Hawksmoor’s infamous London churches

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Moscow's ‘Program 200’: You've got to have faith, faith, faithSubscription


Political, unprecedented and unapologetically pastiche, the churches of ‘Program 200’ are a modern portrait of Moscow.


‘Key to understanding Hawksmoor’s work is comparing the whole and the part’Subscription

By Jack Self

Drawing together material from the 2012 Venice Biennale, a new study of Hawksmoor’s churches examines their compelling individuality


April 2016: FaithSubscription

1430: John McAslan, Atanacio & Soza, Vector, Formwerkz, Gonzalo Mardones, Nicholas Hawksmoor, AR FAITH Awards, Typology: Multifaith  

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