Pawson’s Hackney church project begins

John Pawson's project at St John at Hackney Church - mezzanine

Thomas Ford, EBBA Architects and Es Devlin also involved

Work has begun on John Pawson’s restoration of a grade II* east London church.

The project will reconfigure St John at Hackney into a “cathedral of creativity”, said rector Al Gordon.

The work is being led by ecclesiastical and conservation architect Thomas Ford & Partners whose recent work includes projects at Sheffield, Guildford and Rochester cathedrals.

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