Just outside of Brighton is an area called Preston Village. The proposal for this area is to provide a non-denominational chapel for those in the village that are unsatisfied with the two churches that already exist there. This does not require a clergy, and shall be open to all faiths and non-faiths who feel in need of a dose of spirituality and calm. In a time of pandemic, such places are vital to support the wellbeing of the population. The project also acts as an installation that discusses spacial relationship with the visitor through a complex relationship of layers and perception. Using principles of Zoroastrian worship and Existentialist thought, light is the most important feature of the project, which revolves concentrically around an open flame in a central shrine. From outside of the construction, one gains glimpses of within, and as one travels from the periphery to the centre of the project, one travels both physically and spiritually.