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Rose Chapel

Rose Chapel (formerly St Mary’s Convent Chapel) in Christchurch was constructed in 1910 in an early English 13th Century Gothic architectural style.  The building was designed by the Lutrell brothers and is constructed of Oamaru stone and Hoon Hay basalt.

 

The building was substantially damaged in the Canterbury earthquakes and DPA Architects was appointed as heritage architects for the restoration of the church.