A temporary chapel which may be transported was envisioned by concrete and town. With freedom in mind, the normal furniture required for a chapel was reduced to the simplest kind. Meanwhile, the glowing green exterior – made from a mix of curved and flat surfaces – is disrupted by one cross on a front which admits its own function.
Led by Cyril Lancelin, the arrangement derives from the world. Applying this as the primary idea, the world is replicated in various directions to create the overall envelope. Small changes and voids available for entrance and viewpoints of the woods. ‘each world is assembled to another’ remarks architect Cyril Lancelin ‘the sphere function as favorite section of engineers to the gathering of components which may be adapted for various applications’