Modern Japanese chapel by the beach is all windows
Tokyo-based General Design designed the building in the small village of Ginoza on Okinawa Island in Japan, as part of a larger complex that includes a banquet hall and beach pavilion.
Chapel of the Assumption Interior by John Doe | Dezeen
Grégory Lacoua and Jean Sébastien Lagrange of French design studio John Doe designed furniture for this Parisian chapel, which has been renovated by French architects 3box. The Chapel of the Assumption was originally completed in 1961 by French architect Noël Le Maresquier, and features a swooping ceiling and floor-to-ceiling stained glass wall. John Doe created oak pews
Font, Coventry Cathedral
Detail of the Baptistry Window, a masterpiece of abstract stained glass designed by John Piper and executed by Patrick Reyntiens. The font in the foreground is formed of a boulder from a hillside near Bethlehem. Coventry's Cathedral is a unique synthesis of old a new, born of wartime suffering and forged in the spirit of postwar optimism, famous for it's history and for being the most radically modern of Anglican cathedrals. Two cathedral's stand side by side, the ruins of the medieval…
The Humanitarian Works of Shigeru Ban
Meet the work of architect Shigeru Ban, well known for his innovative use of materials to constructing high-quality, low-cost shelters for victims of disasters