Yes, we’ve been doing a lot of coverage lately on religious architecture, do not read in to that one too strongly, it’s just that when you start looking at one project in particular, it naturally makes you curious about others and so on. We have tried to spread them out so that you don’t get bored. When we found Adam Bresnick’s Chapel, the curious path of surfing led us to this amazingly gorgeous new structure a chapel on a private vineyard in Austria. Very simple, white concrete and glass structure in a very traditional format. The project was conceived and designed by Gerhard Sacher. Not personally religious ourselves, or at least any particular denomination we love that the cross has been removed from the actual building and sits out in nature, less a religious symbol in our minds than a point of reflection. The structure itself lends to careful thought and meditation set out in the countryside, in a field, it could be used for almost any manner of quietude.
Thought you all would appreciate this one.