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Category: Religious

January 16, 2017 /

Islev Church
Inger and Johannes Exner
Copenhagen, Denmark

The monumental brick form of Islev church, designed in the 1960s by Inger and Johannes Exner, is a seminal work of Danish modernism. The church is defined by its relentless use of rough red brick that frames church rituals, provides material continuity and creates a strong formal expression.

December 14, 2015 /

Sancaklar Mosque
Emre Arolat Architects
Istanbul, Turkey

Sancaklar Mosque aims to address the fundamental issues of designing a mosque by distancing itself from the current architectural discussions based on form and focusing solely on the essence of religious space.

Funeral Home in Sant Joan Despí by Batlle i Roig Arquitectes in Barcelona, Spain. Exterior view. Exterior view. Photo: Jordi Surroca
November 11, 2013 /

Funeral Home in Sant Joan Despí
Batlle i Roig Arquitectes
Barcelona, Spain

Spanish architects Batlle i Roig have always been internationally recognized for their fantastic work in landscape architecture. Their buildings are no less interesting as this new funeral home located in Sant Joan Despí competently illustrates. The building features the kind of class and simplicity in architecture that you might appreciate in many modern classic buildings, yet combined with great contemporary landscape design.

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