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Junquillos Chapel by Claudio Baladron & Diego Grass


There are oaks, wind and rain coming from the west. A dusty road is at the east.

Community soccer field is south; bamboo and empty beer cans all over the north.

Now there is also a wooden barn structure over a concrete platform,

with corrugated metal cladding in the outside and pine boards in the inside,

plus 100 chairs, lectern, altar, virgin figure and a cross.

Mass is once a month, community activities every evening. Both happen in the same space.

A new chapel for 100 people in the remote countryside of Southern Chile.

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From the South of Chile





Aerial View of F-White House

Photo © Atsushi Akimoto
This is an aerial image of a house designed by a young, up and coming architect in Japan. The image was taken by a company specializing in aerial photography. I wonder how much artistic intention was put into photographing this house from the sky, but the subject makes it something worth of being hung on the wall of a gallery or museum (of course, in my opinion).

I have a few large Cibachrome art prints mounted on aluminum but have been looking for a few more to put up on the walls of our old Victorian style home (with a ridiculous amount of original features). This definitely will be one of them.

We are going to show you this house thoroughly in a few part post series beginning next week. Don’t miss it!



Two new books from Gestalten

I just browsed through two new books on architecture published by the German publisher Gestalten. Both books are packed with fascinating visuals, and regular visitors to this blog could sure enjoy both of these books. The fact that there are only few architectures from Japan in these books is quite refreshing and interesting.

Converted Architecture and Transformed Buildings

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Architecture of Change 2
Sustainability and Humanity in the Built Environment

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