Bruce Louis for Art-Sheep
Belgium-based architect duo Gijs Van Vaerenbergh designed a church that, from a certain vintage point looks quite simple and not very interesting at all, as a matter of fact. Until you start walking around and inside it.
This amazing structure becomes a different thing when looked at from different angles with its main characteristic being that it is almost entirely see-through, making this special construction being both present and absent in the landscape. The project is called “Reading Between the Lines” and is made of 100 layers of stacked steel that makes it weigh a staggering 30 tons. The pieces of steel are placed in a way that create the illusion of shape-shifting depending on where the viewer is standing.
This is not your common church and if you’re in the area you should definitely visit it and take a look for yourselves.