Monastery Architect Jean-Louis Pagès : LiturgicalArtsJournal

One of my favorite senior Catholic architects living today is Jean-Louis Pages of France.

Jean-Louis is famous in his own right.  For decades he has been building beautiful structures - some more modern and some more traditional - true architectural landmarks, structures built for the ages.  He is well known in Catholic circles in France since the 1980's as the architect who worked for 22 years to build the Benedictine monasteries of Le Barroux, designing and constructing two traditional monasteries in the South of France, one for tonsured monks and the other for nuns.  Both monasteries were cleverly built to look old, although new and complete with modern amenities.  

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