I've tried writing today's opening paragraph several times but keep erasing it. Today's post is all about churches and church remodels and people tend to get a little touchy when you start chatting about the Lord. So, for the sake of maintaining readership (I love you all as though you were my very own children and I don't want to make any of my babies sad or angry) I'm gonna hop right to the holy slideshow.
If it were up to me, the designers of Qubus Studio would get a free pass to heaven for such excellent work on St. Bartholowmew's Church
Despite how lovely St. Bartholowmew's is, it's probably more likely that I will be found in a church that has been renovated into something else, like, say, a bookstore:
Selexyz Dominicanen in Maastricht, Netherlands, 4000 square feet of pure heaven. See:
Isn't that cafe to die and ascend to the afterlife for? Apparently, it's somewhat controversial and some folks don't like the cross table. But, hey if we're gonna be cool with Luke 6:38 Roll Gum, then we gotta be cool with a cross table, right?
Since I tend to worship at the alter of what's for dinner, the White Rabbit Restaurant in singapore has me singing hallelujah
Dining and reading in a defunct church sounds just fine, but I'm not so sure about living in one:
Of course, I probably wouldn't be too mad at the Lord above for blessing me with such lovely windows
So, what do you say, are you totes in love with the church remodels:
Or are you still trying to figure it all out?
Light intallation by Robert Stadler at the church of Saint Paul in Paris, 2007