Posted on: 08/26/2015 Posted by: Charmaine Li Comments: 0

Located in Borgloon, Belgium, ‘Reading Between The Lines’ is a nearly transparent steel church designed by Belgian architect studio Gijs Van Vaerenbergh. The 10-meter high structure consists of 100 evenly spaced steel layers stacked in the form of a steeple and seems to dissolve into the landscape when viewed at certain angles. Created as a public art piece, the church is part of a project that aims to spark conversations on how to use the increasing number of abandoned church buildings in the Flemish region.

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