Church in Våler
Competition 2011

This proposal for a new church in Våler, Norway combines normative logics for building with local articulations using more complex geometries and fabrication methods. As a structural diagram we used a family of truncated (cut off) pyramidical forms to constitute a group of towers from the exterior and the main hall from the interior. The apertures are created through elliptic and arched cut outs. By using differently angled cuts, effects of varied depth and width appears – creating figures onto the planar elements – and giving an illusive depth between exterior and interior.
Built by: to8gal thanks to: indexhibit