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A new chapel for New Mexico

Michael Jantzen 

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The aesthetic and functional design of this unique chapel have been inspired by the mountainous landscape of New Mexico
A Chapel For New Mexico was designed by Michael Jantzen as a nondenominational place where people of any faith or spiritual philosophy could gather together in small numbers in New Mexico, for special ceremonies. The structure would be located near Santa Fe in New Mexico, USA where a large number of people are immersed in a wide variety of spiritual endeavors. The aesthetic and functional design of the structure was inspired by the mountainous landscape of New Mexico, and by the symbolism inherent in the ways in which the chapel is to be used. The painted steel, glass, and concrete structure consists of four large multilayered facades, each facing in a different direction, and reaching into the sky. This configuration is symbolically referring to chapel’s openness to all who will hopefully be inspired by its uplifting geometry. These facades are connected to the centre glass enclo

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