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This project reminded me of the Hortus Conclusus from last years Serpentine pavilion. Although Maybe I should be saying the opposite.
I guess I just became more aware of the importance of the garden. The smells, and these things. I remember sitting down at the Serpentine pavilion and recording all the words said by a group of high school students as they entered. It was quite refreshing really. Made me realize that an idea can be so beautiful and so thought out but only reach a specific audience. Who was this for?
In this case, an extremely permanent structure, originally intended for the meditation rituals of the Monks had undergone many programatic changes. A place to hold livestock, a bar, meeting place, and even an ammunitions storage. The church has been a place for many events to take place, now it had been returned to its original purpose.
It was very relaxing.
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