Hunt Chapel

Hunt Chapel

Architect
Jennings + Santa-Rita Architects
Location
Rogers, Arkansas, USA
Project Year
2013
Category
Chapels
Walter Jennings

Hunt Chapel

Jennings + Santa-Rita Architects as Architects

The Hunt Chapel provides a place for reflection and respite, a place where people can think their best thoughts.


The stone in the arches and walls comes from local quarries in Northwest Arkansas as well as Eastern Oklahoma.  The chapel is 3,000 square feet and the height at the ridge is 43 feet above the ground.  The chapel can accommodate up to 135 people.  The stone of the chapel speaks to the chapel’s permanence and strength.  The wood, protected by the slate roof, shows depth and life through its grain.


Material Used:

1. Sandstone walls from the Arkansas Rivee valley

2. Stone floor from Scwartz Stone

3. Titus floor registers

4. Haws model 1001 water cooler

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