Trinity School Chapel by Butler Rogers Baskett
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Trinity School Chapel by Butler Rogers Baskett
Sep 03, 2010 Butler Rogers Baskett designed the new Johnson Chapel at the nexus of the Trinity School to support a variety of activities.

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Trinity School Chapel by Butler Rogers Baskett_01 The quaint, 1,000-sf.-ft. space offers a place of peace and quiet reflection amidst a bustling educational setting.

(Photography by Woodruff/Brown Architectural Photography)

Trinity School Chapel by Butler Rogers Baskett_02 As the sun’s position changes throughout the day, the illumination levels in the room change, reflecting sunlight through the oculus onto one wall, and then gradually moving to alter light levels.
Trinity School Chapel by Butler Rogers Baskett_03 These are natural illumination penetrating the space through a slot at the back wall and through an oculus cut into the ceiling.
Trinity School Chapel by Butler Rogers Baskett_04  The spare palette exudes simplicity, warmth, and authenticity.
Trinity School Chapel by Butler Rogers Baskett_05 With the overall goal of creating a peaceful place within the school setting, the greatest challenge, according to Maljanian, became eliminating the everyday elements of interior architecture that detract from the serenity of the space.
Trinity School Chapel by Butler Rogers Baskett_06 Local artisan Kristina Kozak hand made a simple, blackened steel candelabra and a custom crucifix that can be easily removed when not in use.
Trinity School Chapel by Butler Rogers Baskett_07 According to BRB project designer Mark Maljanian, “We dug as deeply as possible into the essence of sacred.”