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The 100 Walls Church is like a maze, but for Christian folk

Something tells me the 100 Walls Church has a lost child intercom around every corner! This magnificent building is located in the Philippines and was designed by New York architects CAZA. CAZA says they wanted to design a ‘sacred space that embodied the contemporary search for meaning’.

And ‘like a forest of walls, our design for the 100 Walls Church, is at first a puzzling collection of walls organized in one direction each a different height or width. We must search and wander if we are to understand.

The sacred is after all inexorably linked to the fact that there is unmitigated difference in the world’. Even if you’re not into church, you can appreciate how cool this building would be for an ultimate game of hide and seek!

100 Walls Church
100 Walls Church
100 Walls Church
100 Walls Church
100 Walls Church

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