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In this project we find the context for the defined relationship and adjacency of religion, community, place and climate. This is born out in the implications of the proximity of worshipers to the cloistered nuns. The proximity yet separation between laity and religious binds the two more closely together in the poignancy of their separation. The relationship to natural surroundings is highlighted in such isolation. Rendering these relationships architecturally specifically within the parameters of the order was our mandate: while realizing a direct, honest, and humble facility was the ongoing directive.

Cloistered Benedictine Monastery

Westfield, VT

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