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Sunset Chapel

(BAD) Blog About Design: Sunset Chapel

Thursday, December 1, 2011

Sunset Chapel

© Esteban Suárez


Perched above the mountains of Acapulco, Mexico sits a brilliant chapel designed by BNKR Arquitectura. The chapel windows rest higher on the structure, to take full advantage of the views. The chapel was designed to resemble a bolder to look harmonious with its surroundings. (ABOVE) I love how each window is a different size, it adds interest. In addition, the unique angles of the chapel do make it look like a bolder. (BELOW 1) To the left of the photograph you will notice a cut in the chapel, this is the front entrance. It is both unusual and amazing. (BELOW 2) The cross was placed here to capture the sunset. (BELOW 3) This photograph makes you question where the floor and where the ceiling is. The angles of the chapel are impeccable. (BELOW 4 & 5) View from inside the chapel. (BELOW 6) The chapel at night. 

© Esteban Suárez
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At April 12, 2012 at 4:59 PM , Anonymous Architecture Linked said...

I'm a huge fan of Suarez's Sunset Chapel. Thanks for the beautiful pics!

 

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