St James’s,
Sussex Gardens
Reordering of Church and Redevelopment of Crypt

St James’s is G. E. Street’s last church. A very large building, the entire structure was reworked to enable it to be used for worship and concerts. Below the church an undercroft was excavated to create room for a nursery school and community space. The new nave sanctuary (above) features twelve different varieties of marble.
St James’s is G. E. Street’s last church. A very large building, the entire structure was reworked to enable it to be used for worship and concerts. Below the church an undercroft was excavated to create room for a nursery school and community space. The new nave sanctuary (above) features twelve different varieties of marble.
St James’s is G. E. Street’s last church. A very large building, the entire structure was reworked to enable it to be used for worship and concerts. Below the church an undercroft was excavated to create room for a nursery school and community space. The new nave sanctuary (above) features twelve different varieties of marble.
St James’s is G. E. Street’s last church. A very large building, the entire structure was reworked to enable it to be used for worship and concerts. Below the church an undercroft was excavated to create room for a nursery school and community space. The new nave sanctuary (above) features twelve different varieties of marble.
St James’s is G. E. Street’s last church. A very large building, the entire structure was reworked to enable it to be used for worship and concerts. Below the church an undercroft was excavated to create room for a nursery school and community space. The new nave sanctuary (above) features twelve different varieties of marble.