Chapel of Christ the Redeemer

When we build
let us think that we build for ever
John Ruskin

Symm was commissioned to construct a new, classically inspired chapel with a crypt, all in natural stone, for a private client in Oxfordshire.

The exterior is of knapped and square flint with Portland limestone. The interior also uses Portland, with black Kilkenny and Ballinasloe limestones. Polished walnut joinery, mosaics and gilding are amongst the other materials crafted in this chapel, situated on an Oxfordshire Estate.

You can see some of Paul Highnam’s lovely photos of this spectacular project in John Martin Robinson’s Country Life article of April 2017.

What we did

Specialist and General Building
Symm Joinery
Symm Decorators

Who we worked with

Craig Hamilton Architects