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Chapel of the Assumption by John Doe

French Studio John Doe has designed the furniture of the Chapel of the Carmelites of the Assumption in Paris. The chapel was built in 1959 by Noël Lemaresquier (a disciple of Le Corbusier).
The team of architects 3Box focused on redeveloping the chapel by rethinking the reception and the movement of pilgrims, whilst the John Doe duo tackled liturgical furniture: pews, prie-dieu, altar, font, tabernacle and lectern; so many typologies beyond domestic design that John Doe handled very well for his very first large- scale building project.

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