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.

Photographs of the work of Peter Zumthor by Hélène Binet

StudioGang Aqua Tower in Chicago, showing it's billowing extended concrete slabs. #experimentsinmotion

trench bridge at fort de roovere in halsteren, the netherlands

Juliaan Lampens

Stefano Boeri's "vertical forest" nears completion in Milan

Dalian International Conference Center by Coop Himmelb(l)au

Not a house, but .... deconstructed Church by Michael Jantzen, Architect #Deconstructed_Church #Michael_Jantzen #archinect

huge-skylight-church #church #architecture #renovation

Reading Between the Lines / Gijs Van Vaerenbergh Architects: Gijs Van Vaerenbergh Location: Looz, Limburg, Belgium Project Year: 2011

CJWHO ™ (Light of Life Church by shinslab architecture +...)

church prototype / vaillo + irigaray / pamplona, spain.

A perforated brick wall encloses a series of internal courtyards and gardens at the latest Maggie's Centre for cancer care.

This neglected church, once part of the Sant Francesc Convent, was renovated by Catalan architect David Closes. Located in the town of Santpedor, Spain, it was the last building standing from the convent and was badly in need of repair. The project turned the former church into an auditorium and multifunctional space for cultural events.

Aires Mateus to design architecture school with a house-shaped entrance

Reading Between the Lines / Gijs Van Vaerenbergh *celestial*

At 76 floors and 870 feet tall, New York by Gehry is the tallest residential tower in the Western Hemisphere and a singular addition to the iconic Manhattan skyline.

Incineration Line in Roskilde Denmark by Erick van Egeraat