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A bookstore inside a 13th century Gothic cathedral in Holland.
Bled Island in the Slovenia’s Julian Alps looks like a lilliputian city stranded in the middle of a lake.
Concerned with the rapid pace of urbanization, Cabracega and André Gonçalves have designed a clock that uses only sound to mark the passing of time.
Stained glass windows for alternative saints.
Pop philosopher Alain de Botton envisions a “Temple for Atheists,” a 46-meter tall structure in the middle of London.
A deconsecrated church in Southeast England becomes a self-built dream home.
ST. Khatch/Cross Chapel-Bell Tower by SMVarchitects, Yerevan, Armenia
Boa Nova Church, Estoril, Portugal
Chris Pellettieri, the Artist In Residence at the Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine, in his stone carving workshop where he and many other were trained in the ancient and traditional techniques of stone carving. Visit the workshop this weekend for Open House New York!
The completed nave of the Gaudí’s Sagrada Família.
Gaudí’s Sagrada Família to be completed in 2026 or 2028, maybe
Art group Gijs van Vaerenbergh’s “Reading between the Lines” is a 10-meter tall structure made of 100 steel layers and 2000 steel columns and takes the form of a classic Belgian church-in-miniature.
House in a church by Ruud Visser