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Igreja transparente, em Borgloon Heers, Hasselt na Bélgica. Com placas de aço horizontais a obra transfere o conceito de igreja tradicional para uma instalação artística transparente. Projetada pela dupla Pieterjan Gijs e Arnout Van Vaerenbergh. Sacred Architecture, Architecture Cool, Religious Architecture, Architecture Religieuse, Cathedral Church, Old Churches, Chapelle, Place Of Worship, Le Corbusier
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Reading between the Lines by Gijs Van Vaerenbergh | Dezeen

Belgian architects Pieterjan Gijs and Arnout Van Vaerenbergh have completed a see-through church in Limburg, Belgium. The ten metre-high church is constructed from 100 stacked layers of weathered steel plates. Gaps between these plates allow visitors to see through the walls. With its pointed spire, the building imitates the form of traditional churches in the

Swiss installation artist Zimoun has unveiled a new site-specific installation based on 150 prepared dc-motors, wood, string wire and hosted inside a beautiful old church in Klangraum Krems, Austria. Sound Installation, Interactive Installation, Artistic Installation, French Cathedrals, Sound Sculpture, Instruments, Sound Art, Kinetic Art, Seesaw
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Zimoun installs motorised seesaws inside Austrian church

The sounds of 150 mechanical seesaws striking the floor of a former church in Austria reverberate around its nave in the latest installation by Zimoun

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Tin Tabernacle. Thrupp

The prefabricated building, made from corrugated iron, was used as a chapel for more than 100 years after being erected in Muxton, Shropshire in Old Home Renovation, Canopy And Stars, Modern Church, Unusual Buildings, Old Houses, Small Houses, Hiding Places, Amazing Spaces, Beautiful Homes
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Corrugated iron chapel is transformed into a luxury bolthole

The prefabricated building, made from corrugated iron, was used as a chapel for more than 100 years after being erected in Muxton, Shropshire in 1894.

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Shaped like a tent, this open-air chapel is built at a scout campground in Portugal. Photo by João Morgado. More on dezeen.com/architecture #architecture #portuguesearchitecture Concept Models Architecture, Church Architecture, Modern Architecture, Decor Interior Design, Interior Design Living Room, Room Interior, Roof Design, House Design, Modern Church
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An unsual wedding venue. The Tin Tabernacle in Sussex.

A Laid Back DIY Wedding at The Tin Tabernacle: Jen & Michael

The East Sussex wedding of Jen & Michael had a gorgeous laid back vibe. The day started with a moving ceremony at Lewes Register Office, and ended with a rockin' reception at The Tin Tabernacle, an amazing teal green building on the outskirts of Barcombe Village. The space is a large area with high ceilings, wooden floors and white washed walls. The building was originally built as a chapel and it proved to be the perfect backdrop for this couple's quirky wedding."Our venue was so amazing!"…

Corrugated metal church building in Ganllwyd by Trevor Littlewood, via Geograph Church Building, Building Plans, Building A House, Corregated Metal, Corrugated Roofing, Black Exterior, Steel Buildings, Metal Homes, Prefab Homes
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This black-painted church building beside the A470 in the small village of Ganllwyd is possibly now disused - at least as a church.

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The Chapel, Lydbury North A dapper little tin church salvaged from a nearby village and reconstructed in the arboretum of the Walcot Hall estate, The Chapel is now in use as a holiday cottage Wonderful Places, Beautiful Places, Thatched Roof, Tiny House Movement, Place Of Worship, The Guardian, Exterior Design, Beautiful Homes, Cool Stuff
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Cool holiday cottages in Shropshire – in pictures

Historic, mainly rural Shropshire has an unspoilt and uncrowded feel rare among English counties. These holiday cottages reflect its unique charm

Tin Tabernacles by Liz Induni explores the architecture and construction of Victorian corrugated iron churches, chapels and mission halls, and discusses their conservation and repair Tin Shed, Tin House, Beautiful Buildings, Cladding, St Anne, Iron, Construction, Outdoor Structures, House Design
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Tin Tabernacles by Liz Induni

Tin Tabernacles by Liz Induni explores the architecture and construction of Victorian corrugated iron churches, chapels and mission halls, and discusses their conservation and repair

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about the history of the tin tabernacle at hall green Tin Shed, Church Building, Place Of Worship, Farm House, Small Spaces, Buildings, Iron, Houses, Outdoor Structures
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The Tin Tabernacle

about the history of the tin tabernacle at hall green

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Chicamacomico Life-Saving Station in Rodanthe, North Carolina, on Hatteras Island of the Outer Banks. Boat Building, Building Plans, Rodanthe North Carolina, Boat Shed, Plywood Boat Plans, Outer Banks Vacation, Chalet Style, Victorian Photos, Village Houses

Stick style | Wikiwand

The Stick style was a late-19th-century American architectural style, transitional between the Carpenter Gothic style of the mid-19th century, and the Queen Anne style that it had evolved into by the 1890s.[1] It is named after its use of linear "stickwork" on the outside walls to mimic an exposed half-timbered frame.[2][3]