Reading between the Lines, Belgium

The architects who designed this church have managed to create a unique monument and magical. A true work of art that transforms according to the angle of the viewer.

This church is located in Belgium, in the country of Loon, and it was designed by the group of architects’ Gijs Van Vaerenbergh.

This creation named “Read between the lines” is composed of 100 steel layers stacked and staggered equidistant. A technique to create empty alternations and full that give a different vision of the building depending on the viewing angle.

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