Temporary Chapel by Local Architecture

During the renovation of a historic building, including the community’s main chapel, Local Architecture suggested building a temporary chapel to accommodate religious worship during the 18 month construction period.

Local Architecture, in collaboration with Hani Buri and Yves Weinand, developed a structure using timber panels. Built directly on the ground, the new chapel blends subtly and delicately with the landscape. The folded volume generates a wide horizontal space at the entrance, before closing in and rising up to become vertical towards the centre of the chapel.

Photos by Milo Keller

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8 thoughts on “Temporary Chapel by Local Architecture

  1. i agree on what u said dz, architecture does not mean following the rules prevalent in the past, rather it means us to be flexible to live up to our potentials…

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