A church made of 100 layers and 2,000 columns of steel stands 10 meters high in Belgium.
Depending on where the visitor stands, the church seems to change its shape. It might look like a massive, enclosed building or might seem to “dissolve in the landscape,” allowing the visitor to see all the surrounding countryside. Even if the church is inspired by traditional models one finds all around Belgium, its materials and open structure make it a unique building.
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