Red concrete meditation space sits under pyramidal roof in rural India

This simple concrete temple in a village near the Indian city of Pune is topped with a pyramidal roof and incorporates a channel that allows ceremonial holy water to flow out into its lush surroundings. Designed by locally based Karan Darda Architects, the temple is located within an orchard of chikoo trees in a traditional farming region

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Álvaro Siza builds Capela do Monte chapel for off-grid retreat in the Algarve

Architect Álvaro Siza Viera has completed a simple countryside chapel in the south of Portugal, designed to function without electricity, heat or running water. The Capela do Monte, which translates simply as hillside chapel, forms part of the Monte da Charneca complex, a new off-grid holiday retreat that is being constructed in the picturesque landscape

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Vatican City presents woodland chapels built by architects including Foster, Souto de Moura and Flores & Prats

The Vatican City seeks to question the meaning of the chapel in the 21st century with its debut at the Venice Architecture Biennale, a series of woodland structures by famous architects from around the world. The Holy See Pavilion consists of 10 small chapels, built by architects including Norman Foster, Eduardo Souta de Moura, Sean

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OMA to extend historic Jewish temple in LA with skewed pavilion

Architecture firm OMA has revealed the design of its first cultural building in California: a pavilion featuring tilted walls and patterned openings that will accompany a Jewish temple in Los Angeles. OMA’s Audrey Irmas Pavilion will provide a series of multi-functional gathering spaces alongside the Wilshire Boulevard Temple – home to one of the largest Jewish

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David Adjaye unveils plans for National Cathedral of Ghana in Accra

British architect David Adjaye has revealed designs for a new cathedral in Ghanaian capital Accra, which will host a 5,000-seat auditorium beneath a dramatic concave roof. The cathedral will be Adjaye Associate’s first major project in Accra, where it has previously only worked on private residential projects. The practice is planning to open its own office

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Álvaro Siza combines geometric forms for white-concrete church in Brittany

Portuguese architect Álvaro Siza Vieira has completed a church in the Brittany region of France, featuring a sculptural composition of intersecting concrete forms. The church of Saint-Jacques-de-la-Lande is the first to be built in Brittany in the 21st century, and was designed by Siza’s Porto-based office to complement its setting in a residential neighbourhood south

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Open-air chapel designed by Plano Humano Arquitectos to resemble Scout’s tent

This tent-like chapel, for a Scout campground in Portugal’s rural Idanha-a-Nova region, features a folded zinc-clad roof that opens up towards the surrounding landscape. Plano Humano Arquitectos created the structure for the National Scout’s Activities Camp, on a plateau that has panoramic views of the nearby hills. The chapel was commissioned for the occasion of the

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Unique places of worship are enshrined on our updated Pinterest board

To celebrate World Religion Day, we’ve updated our worship-themed Pinterest board with a diverse range of architecture projects, including a Kenyan cathedral with a slatted roof by John McAlsan + Partners and Tadao Ando’s complex around a gigantic budd…

Denizen Works designs floating chapel shaped like a giant organ

London architecture studio Denizen Works has revealed plans to build a canalboat that doubles as a church, featuring a roof that expands and contracts like the bellows of an organ. The Floating Church is designed to journey through London’s canal network to reach Christian worshippers. Based on the pop-up sleeping pods found on old VW camper vans,

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Waugh Thistleton completes cemetery buildings with rammed-earth walls

Waugh Thistleton has added a pair of new prayer halls to a Jewish cemetery in the English county of Hertfordshire, which feature rammed-earth walls constructed using soil taken from the site. The London architecture office was invited to oversee the expansion of Bushey Cemetery, which is located in the capital’s greenbelt and is the UK’s

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Atelier Štěpán completes cylindrical white church in the Czech Republic

Windows appear to have been carved out of the curving walls of this cylindrical church in the Czech Republic, designed by Brno-based studio Atelier Štěpán. Atelier Štěpán designed the Church of St Wenceslas for Sazovice, a village in the Zlín Region that had wanted a new church since before the second world war. The studio based its design on the

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Tadao Ando surrounds huge buddha statue with lavender-covered mound at Sapporo cemetery

Japanese architect Tadao Ando has concealed a huge stone statue of the buddha within a hill covered in lavender plants at the Makomanai Takino Cemetery in Sapporo. The top of the statue’s head just crests through a circular well at the centre of the verdant mound, which is carpeted in 150,000 of the purple-flowering plants. Visitors must pass through a 40-metre tunnel to get to

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Glowing gold extension added to Winchester university chapel by Design Engine

The gothic-revival chapel at the University of Winchester, England, has been “returned to its former glory”, following a renovation and extension by local architecture studio Design Engine. Design Engine carried out a complete restoration of Winton Chapel, which was originally built in 1880 in the Hampshire town, and today serves as a venue for events ranging from

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Frank Lloyd Wright’s Unity Temple was the “first expression” of modern architecture

We’re continuing our look back at Frank Lloyd Wright’s most important projects, in celebration the anniversary of the American architect’s 150th birth last week. Next is Unity Temple, the Prairie-style concrete church that he considered to be his first contribution to modern architecture. Wright designed Unity Temple in 1905 for the Unitarian Universalist congregation of Oak Park Unity Church,

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Christ & Gantenbein uses green curtains to merge a pavilion with its parkland setting

Designed by Basel-based studio Christ & Gantenbein for the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation in Wittenberg, Germany, this simple pavilion features a corrugated metal roof and retractable canvas walls. The pavilion was erected in the town’s Luthergarten park to host a presentation on Swiss Protestantism as part of a show named World Reformation Exhibition. Dozens of

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Arch Studio carves concrete Buddhist shrine into a grassy mound in Hebei

Beijing-based Arch Studio has completed a Buddhist shrine near the city of Tangshan, featuring subterranean concrete spaces that open up to views of a nearby river and planted courtyards. The shrine was designed by Arch Studio as a place for Buddhist meditation, thinking and contemplation on a forested site by the banks of a river in China’s Hebei

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Gimeno + Guitart creates chevron-patterned concrete for church of Santa Maria Assumpta

Architecture studio Gimeno + Guitart has completed a church and parish centre in Tarragona, Spain, featuring concrete walls patterned with angular etchings. The church of Santa Maria Assumpta is situated in the city’s Bonavista neighbourhood on a plot adjacent to a plaza. It comprises a robust concrete polyhedron flanked by a translucent metallic volume. Madrid-based architects Daniel Gimeno

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Bahá’í temple in Chile by Hariri Pontarini features torqued wings made of steel and glass

Sufi whirling dancers and Japanese bamboo baskets were among the references for this sculptural temple in Chile by Hariri Pontarini Architects. The Bahá’í Temple of South America is located just outside of Santiago, in the foothills of the Andes Mountains. “Nestled in the rolling topography of the mountains and surrounded by reflecting pools and a landscape

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Huge inclined roof spans cathedral built by John McAslan + Partners on Kenyan tea plantation

John McAslan + Partners has built a cathedral on the edge of a tea plantation outside Nairobi, Kenya, featuring a tiled and angled roof lined with wooden slats. Kericho Cathedral is the latest in a string of worship spaces designed by John McAslan’s London-based team, which is also working on Britain’s largest mosque. Located around 250 kilometres southwest of the Kenyan capital, in

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Daylight filters in through the roof and walls of Bangladeshi mosque by Marina Tabassum

A colonnade, a group of light wells and perforated brickwork allow light and air to reach the prayer hall of this mosque in Dhaka, which is one of winners of the Aga Khan Award for Architecture 2016. Bait Ur Rouf Mosque was designed by local architect Marina Tabassum for a site in a densely populated neighbourhood of the

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Copper covers walls and roof of Finnish chapel by OOPEAA

Shimmering, multi-tonal copper clads the entire exterior of this chapel in Finland, designed by architecture firm OOPEAA. Located in Espoo, a city just west of Helsinki, the Suvela Chapel was designed by OOPEAA principal Anssi Lassila to provide a hub for the neighbourhood, as a venue for both religious and community events. Copper panels clad all of the exterior walls, as well as a large roof

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Belarusian Memorial Chapel by Spheron Architects is dedicated to Chernobyl victims

Spheron Architects has completed a small wooden chapel for the Belarusian community of north London to commemorate victims of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster. The Belarusian Memorial Chapel stands in the grounds of Marian House – a cultural centre for the Belarusian community in Woodside Park – and features a decorative shingled roof. It is dedicated to the memory of

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Arched walkway wraps Muslim centre near Beijing by He Jingtang

A colonnade of petal-shaped arches creates an illuminated walkway around the perimeter of this Muslim cultural centre designed by Chinese architect He Jingtang. The Dachang Muslim Cultural Center was commissioned by the local government for the Muslim community of Dachang County, which is located to the east of Beijing in China’s Hebei Province. Designed by architect He Jingtang, the 35,000-square-metre building is

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Eight of the most majestic Modernist-influenced churches in Iceland

Iceland’s dramatic landscape is dotted with equally spectacular religious architecture. Here’s eight of our favourite churches built in the country’s unique style, which take cues from Modernism (+ slideshow). Hallgrímskirkja, Reykjavík by Guðjón Samúelsson, 1986 Reykjavík’s impressive cathedral was designed by Guðjón Samúelsson, one of Iceland’s most notable Modernist architects who worked on a number of More

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John McAslan to redesign Britain’s largest mosque in south London

John McAslan + Partners is developing new designs for the huge Baitul Futuh Mosque complex in south London, which was damaged by a fire last year. The London studio, led by Scottish architect John McAslan, will completely overhaul the 21,000 square-metre mosque complex in Morden – one of the biggest mosques in Europe. The firm will redesign key areas More

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Tidal waters wash underneath Seashore Chapel by Vector Architects

Beijing studio Vector Architects has built a concrete chapel on a Chinese beach, but raised it up above the sands so that seawater can wash underneath (+ slideshow). Named Seashore Chapel, the sculptural building provides a small place of worship for Beidaihe, a seaside town east of Beijing. It is the closest building to the sea anywhere in the More

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Aidlin Darling creates a meditation centre at Stanford University with rammed earth walls

This spiritual refuge by Aidlin Darling Design at California’s Stanford University features vertical cedar slats and thick walls made of soil excavated from the building site (+ slideshow). Called the Windhover, the building sits at the heart of the university’s campus, located in the city of Stanford in northern California. Sitting on the site of a former More

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Ibda Design uses contrasting sandstone and white marble for mosque in Dubai

Arched openings in the sandstone facade of this Dubai mosque by Ibda Design lead worshippers into a bright marble courtyard with a textured minaret (+ slideshow). The architects used Saudi sandstone for the outer walls of the mosque, which is located in the famously sandy United Arab Emirates city. The aim was for the building to look like an extension More

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Window with cross-shaped frame forms beacon for rebuilt church by Dalman Architecture

A tower with a large window rises above this New Zealand church rebuilt by Dalman Architecture, replacing the corner spire of the original building destroyed in earthquakes (+ slideshow). The Christchurch-based architects designed the building as a reference to its predecessor, but with updates that correspond to the changing needs of the congregation. “The new church aims to keep the More

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Amanda Levete wins competition to design mosque for Abu Dhabi’s World Trade Center

Amanda Levete’s London studio AL_A has won an invited competition to create a mosque as part of the Foster + Partners-designed World Trade Center Abu Dhabi development. The 2,000-square-metre mosque space is envisaged as a retreat from the steel and glass of the rest of the World Trade Center complex at Al Raha Beach marina. More

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Buro Koray Duman aims to dispel fears about Islam through design of New York cultural centre

The schematic design for a glass-clad Islamic cultural centre in New York by local architecture firm Buro Koray Duman aims to dispel fear-based attitudes towards the Islamic faith. New York-based nonprofit organisation the American Society for Muslim Advancement approached the studio in 2014, asking it to research and design a Muslim-sponsored, multi-faith community centre at More

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Pre-rusted steel church by Vicens + Ramos features an “explosion” of windows

Several windows splay from one end of this weathering steel church, designed by Vicens + Ramos as the centrepiece for a growing residential community near Madrid (+ slideshow). The Madrid-based studio was commissioned to create the Church of Santa Monica for the quickly ballooning population of Rivas-Vaciamadrid, a new residential development just 10 miles from the centre of the Spanish capital. The church has a linear More

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DANS Architects creates brick “crown” atop Don Bosco Church in Slovenia

Protruding bricks create a crown on top of this cylindrical chapel by DANS Architects, which forms the centrepiece of a new church complex in the Slovenian city of Maribor (+ slideshow). Ljubljana-based DANS Architects designed the Don Bosco Church around the curved brick chapel. A colonnade with slender columns links the cylindrical structure with the rest of the Roman Catholic Salesian complex. This canopy also frames a curving courtyard, keeping More

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Seattle chapel by Hennerbery Eddy features chunky walls of stone and concrete

American firm Hennebery Eddy Architects used wood, concrete, glass and battered stone to create this chapel on a Jesuit college campus in Seattle (+ slideshow). Our Lady of Montserrat Chapel is located on the campus of a Jesuit college preparatory school in the Seattle neighbourhood of Capitol Hill. The small campus has slowly grown since it More

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London architect to build Islamic faith museum in Mecca

London-based Mossessian Architecture has won a competition to design the Makkah Museum, a new building dedicated to the Islamic faith in Mecca, Saudi Arabia (+ movie). The Makkah Museum will occupy a site seven kilometres from the Grand Mosque, which houses the Kaaba – the most sacred location in the world for Muslims. The building will include 5,600 square More

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Buddhist temple in Tokyo upgraded by Satoru Hirota Architects

Satoru Hirota Architects has overhauled the site of a Buddhist shrine dating back to Japan’s Edo period, adding a triangular reception hall and a priest’s quarters with bare concrete walls (+ slideshow). The Tsunyuji temple was built sometime during the period between 1603 and 1868, but was destroyed during air strikes in the second world war and had to be More

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Greek Orthodox chapel in Cyprus by Michail Georgiou features a two-humped profile

Architect Michail Georgiou merged two forms typical in Byzantine church architecture to create the unusual curved shape of this chapel in Cyprus (+ slideshow). Located in the coastal city of Paphos, the Apostle Peter and St Helen the Martyr Chapel features a two-humped profile that extends all the way along its length, creating matching elevations […]

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Singapore mosque by Formwerkz Architects features latticework based on Islamic patterns

Singapore studio Formwerkz Architects took references from traditional Islamic design to create the intricately patterned and moulded surfaces of this mosque (+ slideshow). The Al-Islah Mosque by Formwerkz Architects caters for the Muslim population of Punggol, a densely populated neighbourhood in north-east Singapore. The area is currently undergoing significant redevelopment, with the Singapore Institute of Technology due to relocate to a new campus near a waterfront […]

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Small chapel by Estudio Cella stands alone in the heart of an Argentinian forest

The expansive landscape of Argentina’s Parque de la Cruz is the setting for this small chapel by Estudio Cella, which is elevated above the tree canopy in a forest clearing (+ slideshow). Capilla Santa Ana is one of few buildings in the 57-hectare park – a major tourist attraction in Misiones province that boasts a […]

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Charles Correa’s crystalline Islamic centre joins the Aga Khan Museum in a Toronto park

A faceted glass dome peaks above the prayer hall of Toronto’s new Charles Correa-designed Islamic cultural centre, which shares a patch of parkland with Fumihiko Maki’s Aga Khan Museum (+ slideshow). Indian firm Charles Correa Associates designed the Ismaili Centre in partnership with local studio Moriyama & Teshima Architects to provide a cultural centre for the Islamic community. The building sits adjacent to the Aga Khan Museum […]

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Ålgård Church by Link Arkitektur features a concave vaulted roof

A dramatically scooped roofline creates a spiky steeple and a triangular entrance for this church in southern Norway by Link Arkitektur (+ slideshow). Norwegian studio Link Arkitektur designed the pale timber-clad church for a congregation in Ålgård, a coastal community based just outside the southern Norwegian city Stavanger. Two points of Ålgård Church’s diamond-shaped roof plate peel […]

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Slate-clad chapel by Eriko Kasahara boasts a veil-inspired ceiling structure

Japanese designer Eriko Kasahara has completed a riverside wedding chapel featuring a multi-hued slate skin and a bright white interior that takes it cues from a bridal veil. The St Voile chapel forms part of a series of indoor and outdoor ceremony spaces offered by Humming Plaza VIP Niigata, a wedding venue complex on the south […]

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Hernández Arquitectos’ minimal white monastery features a concrete-clad bell tower

The bell tower of this monastery on the outskirts of Valencia features a ridged surface and darker tone that helps it stand out from the adjoining buildings (+ slideshow). The Monastery of Santa Catalina de Siena is located in the Paterna district to the northwest of Valencia, and was designed by local firm Hernández Arquitectos for a […]

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Henning Larsen reveals designs for new mosque in Copenhagen

Danish studio Henning Larsen Architects has unveiled plans for a new mosque and Islamic community centre in Denmark’s capital city. The Islamic Community Centre and Mosque by Henning Larsen Architects will be built in Dortheavej, an area in northern Copenhagen. The 2,890-square-metre building, which will feature a series of interlocking domes, was commissioned by The Islamic Society of Denmark. […]

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Stone canopy by a21studio forms monastic pagoda in a Vietnam park

Intended to encourage more austere worship for Buddhists, this stone shelter in a Vietnam city park was designed by a21studio – the firm behind the 2014 World Building of the Year (+ slideshow). Ho Chi Minh-based a21studio – whose colourful community centre design won the top prize at last year’s World Architecture Festival – built the Pagoda to offer an alternative to the […]
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University chapel by Dynerman Architects hides its true form behind a square wall

A square wall with a bell in one corner fronts this chapel for a spiritual retreat in Virginia by Dynerman Architects, concealing the building’s true gabled form behind (+ slideshow). St Ignatius Chapel forms part of The Calcagnini Contemplative Center for Georgetown University, an off-campus retreat for students and faculty members of the predominantly Catholic and Jesuit school. It is named […]
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11 of the most heavenly chapels on Dezeen

Following the popularity of two recently published chapels, we’ve collected together 11 stunning structures designed as places for reflection, prayer and worship (+ slideshow). Cardedeu by EMC Arquitectura Teetering over the edge of a mountain in El Salvador, this concrete chapel is situated on a grassy plot overlooking a lake. Designed to frame surrounding views, the […]
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Skewed concrete chapel by EMC Arquitectura balances over a mountainside in El Salvador

This asymmetric concrete chapel by EMC Arquitectura teeters on the edge of a mountain in El Salvador (+ slideshow). Local studio EMC Arquitectura designed Cardedeu for a grassy plot on a mountain that runs down to the shores of the Coatepeque lake – a volcanic basin in western El Salvador. The chapel has two open sides, designed to take advantage of […]
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Chilean chapel will become Gaudí’s first project outside Spain

News: a chapel originally designed by Antoni Gaudí for the Sagrada Família is set to constructed in Chile, 90 years after the Catalan architect’s death. Chilean president Michelle Bachelet has announced plans to fund construction of the Gaudí Cultural and Spiritual Center in the city of Rancagua, including the chapel “Our Lady of the Angels” […]
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Reiulf Ramstad completes wooden church with a grand spire beside a Norwegian fjord

Oslo studio Reiulf Ramstad Arkitekter has reinterpreted the traditional Norwegian stave church to create a modern chapel featuring folded timber surfaces and a huge pyramid-shaped spire (+ slideshow). Oslo-based office Reiulf Ramstad Arkitekter won a competition to design the 2,250-square-metre Community Church for the village of Knarvik, in Hordaland, Norway. Related story: Bøler Church by Hansen/Bjørndal Architects Built into a rocky slope […]

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Zinc-clad chapel by René van Zuuk to be built over Almere’s city lake

News: the city of Almere in the Netherlands has selected a small curvy chapel designed by architect René van Zuuk to be constructed over the surface of the Weerwater lake. The Weerwater Chapel was one of five winners in a competition to develop architectural interventions in and around the lake, which forms the heart of the […]

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