Carla Juaçaba Presents Her Chapel Design for the Vatican at the 2018 Venice Biennale
2 monthes ago - By Arch Daily
View of the Chapel. Image © Carla Juaçaba
Selected along with nine other architects by the Vatican , Carla Juaçaba has shared images of her proposed chapel design as part of the Venice Architecture Biennial, which marks the city-state's first time participating in the largest architectural event in the world. The proposed chapel design seeks a harmonious integration between the water and trees that surround Venice, with the nearby vegetation outlining the interior space of the chapel. The space between the treetops - which offers a view of the sky - functions as the ceiling of the chapel...
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The Most Surprising Entry in Venice's Architecture Biennale? The Vatican's
2 monthes ago - By NY Times
For the Holy See's first foray into the architecture exhibition, a dozen architects built chapels “for believers and nonbelievers alike.”
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