Photo: Jussi Tiainen
Man, take a look at this beautiful piece of architecture known as St. Henry’s Ecumenical Art Chapel located in Turku, Finland. It was designed by Matti Sanaksenaho and built in 2005 and it sits atop a hill in isolation from big cities and other man-made structures. The structure is made to look like an upturned boat with a “dark” entrance on its West side leading to a “bright” East side of the building (see photos).
This building looks like it should belong to the set of modern churches I posted about earlier. Simply amazing!
Check out the images below from Ettubrute.