The Saint John's Bible Gallery

A space to experience the first handwritten, illuminated Bible commissioned by a Benedictine monastery in over 500 years.

The Saint John’s Bible was created to ignite the spiritual imagination by uniting ancient materials and methods with modern themes and technology. Visitors to the gallery are welcomed by honeycomb doors and a display kiosk thats seek to combine traditional woodworking techniques with modern design. The 13 sets of ebonized oak doors create a screen to both secure the gallery and allow visitors to see what lies beyond.

Use similar design to Guesthouse

Picture of the Doors fromWayne Torborg

Picture of Display Unit

Picture of Bench inside

Picture of door in process