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The Junquillos Chapel is a Picturesque Ecclesiastical Escape

By: Robyn Currie - Published: Oct 23, 2009   Updated: Aug 3 2011 • References: whatwedoissecret.org and likecool
It seems as though church design and architecture went downhill there for a bit, you know, after the 19th century. The Junquillos Chapel, located in the countryside of Southern Chile, is one well-designed church.

According to LikeCool.com, “It is a wooden barn structure over a concrete platform with corrugated metal cladding in the outside and pine boards in the inside.” The Junquillos Chapel will make being faithful to the church that much easier.

Implications - The modern design of the Junquillos Chapel shows that there is a market for blending contemporary design with traditional elements. Classical structures and designs can be re-branded to appeal to new consumers, without losing past followers or clients. Consumers seek style, comfort and an aesthetically-pleasing design in all facets of their personal lives.