Transparent Church

Posted on October 27, 2011 by saya

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Church usually means something grave and quite to me, and I seldom imagined that a church could also be “floating”, with all its components seeming to float in the air. The church is 10 meters high and made of 100 layers and 2000 columns of steel, which create four see-through walls and thus bring the church with a romantic name of “Reading between the Lines”. When viewing in the landscape, the church seems to dissolve in the air. If you look at the landscape from within the church, well, all the surrounding scenery is redefined by abstract lines.

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Designer: Pieterjan Gijs & Arnout Van Vaerenbergh

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