Looks Like A Church Like Many, But Changing Perspective Will Make It Disappear From View

Reading between the lines is the ironic name of a church built in Belgium.

The project is from two young Belgians, Pieterjan Gijs and Arnout Van Vaerenbergh, who together founded an innovative architectural firm and who realized the structure on the occasion of Z-OUT, a program of public facilities.

The church is located in Belgium, in the small village of Borgloon and has already won over many visitors, for a unique, incredible feature: it creates an optical illusion that makes it seem to disappear.

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The work, 10 meters high, consists of 100 steel sheets, 2000 columns and weighs 30 tons.

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By changing the point of observation, it seems to disappear.

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The structure allows you to see inside.

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source used: archdaily.com

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