Many Architectural theorists proclaim the importance of an architecture that interprets and reflects the context of a specific place and time. Interpretation, however, produces wide-ranging responses. Once those responses have been materialized, the architecture itself provides spaces of interpretation. This project connects back to the origin of architecture beginning around the fire. The fire becomes a place where people came together, to feel the warmth and understand the world in relation to other people. The chapel helps orient oneself to the world and other people by proving an intimate place where people can meet each other in a meaningful way.