Tag: Chapels

Los Nogales School Chapel, Bogotá, Colombia, Taller de Arquitectura de Bogotá

Los Nogales School Chapel

Text description provided by the architects. Los Nogales School’s Chapel, was conceived based on the concept of human life’s dualities. A pure and elemental prism represents God´s presence, the essential and the harmony. The various volumes and cracks that this prism suffers represent the spiritual sense in human lives, therefore […]

Porciúncula de la Milagrosa Chapel, La Calera, Colombia, Taller de Arquitectura de Bogotá

Porciúncula de la Milagrosa Chapel

Text description provided by the architects. La Calera´s Chapel has a basic geometry that tries to alter the territory as little as possible. It uses the natural features of the environment, the wind and the light, to create an essential harmony. The chapel has been designed to open to the […]

Saint John Baptist Chapel, El Hierro-Canary Islands, Spain, Beautell Arquitectos

Saint John Baptist Chapel

Text description provided by the architects. It is requested to draft a project for a building destined for the Catholic worship, in the type of a chapel or an hermitage dedicated to Saint John the Baptist. The temple, according to the requirements of the property, allows a capacity of 40 […]

La Estancia Chapel, Cuernavaca, Mexico, BNKR Arquitectura

La Estancia Chapel

Text description provided by the architects. La Estancia Wedding Gardens were conceived in a traditional Mexican baroque colonial style. When one of Bunker’s associates decided to marry here it was made known to the architects that the owners had been toying for some time with the idea of building a […]

Sunset Chapel, Acapulco, Mexico, BNKR Arquitectura

Sunset Chapel

Text description provided by the architects. The first religious commission of the architects, La Estancia Chapel, was a wedding chapel conceived to celebrate the first day of a couple’s new life. Their second religious commission had a diametrically opposite purpose: to mourn the passing of loved ones. This premise was […]