choir aisle

choir aisle

An aisle parallel to and adjoining the choir.
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He lies, under a plain ledger stone, in a new chapel added to the exterior of the building, tucked between the projecting Rutland Chapel and the north choir aisle. Built in 1967-69, it was designed by George Pace (1915-75) with Paul Paget (1901-85) and, by being in the abstracted and stylised rectilinear gothic manner that Pace made his own, it succeeds in being at once modern and traditional while being a discreet addition to the great medieval building.
There is a memorial window to Captain Smith in the Chapel of the Holy Spirit in Liverpool's Anglican Cathedral; ask a guide to show it to you as you have to stand well back in the choir aisle to see it!
The memorial stone was installed in the south choir aisle opposite the entrance to the Lady Chapel.
Tom Denny's new window in Durham Cathedral is a substantial window which is rather awkwardly set in the south choir aisle. However, the window is magnificent and the time and close attention required to explore it will be richly rewarded.
Works by these artists will be exhibited from Friday 10 July to Sunday 19 July in the North Choir Aisle and Chapter House of Lichfield Cathedral.
Modern in design, it is a small chantry chapel adjoining the north choir aisle. Many visitors walk by, hardly noticing it.
His body rests in the King George VI Memorial Chapel, a small chantry chapel adjoining the north choir aisle and only completed in 1969.
The memorial stone was installed in the south choir aisle, opposite the Lady Chapel.
Sculptor Stephen Broadbent is behind the simple, modern design which is being carved into the wall on the south choir aisle of the sandstone landmark.
"Leaving a small memory is a good idea - I remember we left a copy of this old photo and our own names in a capsule after we finished work on the north choir aisle."
A surprising lapse on the part of the author is to have missed the typological treatment of Noah in the Canterbury choir aisle windows, and the fact that they were the source for the late thirteenth-century cycle in the Peterborough Psalter; the Psalter is an unlikely source for the Wells glass because it was in Paris by 1318.
The last King to be interred there was the Queen's father, George VI, husband of the Queen Mother, whose remains were also placed in the King George VI Memorial Chapel, a small chantry chapel adjoining the north choir aisle.