Belgian architects Pieterjan Gijs and Arnout Van Vaerenbergh have completed a see-through church in Limburg, Belgium. Gaps between these plates allow visitors to see through the walls.

Designed in 2011 by architects Pieterjan Gijs and Arnout Van Vaerenbergh, this surrealistic folly in the Belgian city of Borgloon is composed of 100 evenly spaced layers of steel that are stacked, in the form of a nave and steeple. Inspired by local church buildings, the 30-foot-high structure was created as a longterm work of public art along a walking path.

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"C" Wall, Banvard Gallery, Knowlton. Beautiful light .

the crooked house

Auditorium in the Church of Saint Francis' Convent by David Closes

Sugamo Shinkin Bank, Tokyo, by Emmanuelle Moureaux

And yet another blue Moroccan stencil

Braamcamp Freire Secondary School by CVDB Arquitectos

Church by Mario Botta

weathered steel.

Marcel Breuer

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Vitra House (Herzog et De Meuron)