This church in Belgium is rather cool, from an architectural point of view. Titled “Reading Between the Lines“, the church looks entirely different dependant on which angle you view it from.
It’s the brainchild of architect Gijs Van Vaenrenbergh. The church is composed of 100 layers of stacked steel, aligned in such a way as to create a unique view from all angles. I really like the idea behind this, though I can imagine it would be quite cold in there! I think it’s pretty cool how it can appear partly invisible as well.
No wonder it’s a bit of a tourist attraction. Onwards!