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Beaver Creek Interfaith Chapel

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1988, Zehren and Associates. Northwest corner of Vail Dr. and Gore Creek

This Neo-Norman church of rough-faced stone with an off-center bell tower, slatelike roof, and large, creekside deck cost $1.3 million. Round-arched windows with clear glass, golden oak pews, and a peaked ceiling with exposed beams enhance a simple nave, while the sanctuary is dominated by a novel baptismal font—a Jacuzzi bordered by large slabs of native stone.

Writing Credits

Thomas J. Noel

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