2007: Brother Klaus Field Chapel in Wachendorf, Eifel, Germany (Interior)  http://architecture.about.com/od/greatbuildings/ig/Peter-Zumthor-/Brother-Klaus-Chapel-Interior.htm#  Peter Zumthor, Architect

Peter Zumthor - A Portfolio of Selected Architecture

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One of the Best Zumthor Interviews i´ve read so far. via - klat Magazine. (Scroll down for the English Version)

Peter Zumthor/Bruder Klaus Field Chapel  Burnt into existence when the frame of the chapel was lit after all the concrete was poured, leaving behind an irregular, charred wall ascending to the heavens.

Peter Zumthor/Bruder Klaus Field Chapel Burnt into existence when the frame of the chapel was lit after all the concrete was poured, leaving behind an irregular, charred wall ascending to the heavens.

Parque de Valdefierro in Zaragoza, Spain by Héctor Fernández Elorza (Architect)

Parque de Valdefierro in Zaragoza, Spain by Héctor Fernández Elorza (Architect) scale and proportion

ZEITZ MOCAA (MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART AFRICA) by Heatherwick Studio

archatlas: “Thomas Heatherwick reveals Zeitz MOCAA art galleries carved out of Cape Town grain silo Thomas Heatherwick has created South Africa’s biggest art museum – by hollowing out the inside of a historic grain silo building. Described by the.

Peter Zumthor built Kolumba Museum on top of ruins

Peter Zumthor built Kolumba Museum on top of ruins

Bruder Klaus Chapel. Mechernich, Germany. 2007. Peter Zumthor

Bruder Klaus Chapel by Peter Zumthor The design was constructed by local farmers who wanted to honor their patron saint, Bruder Klaus of the century.

ブラザー・クラウス・フィールド・チェペル/ピーター・ズントー/ケルン/2007/セルフビルド/燻した木の跡

ブラザー・クラウス・フィールド・チェペル/ピーター・ズントー/ケルン/2007/セルフビルド/燻した木の跡

peter zumthor. Bruder-Klaus-Feldkapelle (Wachendorf) 2005 -2007?

Peter Zumthor - Bruder Klaus Kapelle, Wachendorf Via. The walls were constructed by pouring layers of concrete around a formwork of pitched trees, which were then burned, leaving the charred impression on the walls. The floor is poured lead.

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