Although I’m not religious in any way, the Rainbow Church may just show me the light—literally. Designed by celebrated Japanese designer Tokujin Yoshioka, the Rainbow Church was inspired after his visit to Chapelle du Rosaire over twenty years ago.
An 80-foot wall of crystal prisms, the Rainbow Church is being exhibited at the 'MUSEUM. beyond museum' exhibition in Seoul. What a gorgeous place of worship!
The Rainbow Church by Tokujin Yoshioka is a Pretty Place of Worship
1. Crystal Prisms in Architecture - The use of crystal prisms in architectural design presents an opportunity for innovative and visually stunning structures.
2. Religious Spaces as Art Installations - The blending of religious spaces with art installations allows for unique and immersive worship experiences.
3. Incorporating Natural Light in Design - Designs that prioritize incorporating natural light into the built environment offer opportunities for energy efficiency and aesthetic appeal.
1. Architecture and Design - Architects and designers can explore new possibilities in using crystal prisms to create distinctive and captivating structures.
2. Art and Culture - Artists and cultural institutions can collaborate to create religious spaces that are both spiritually fulfilling and artistically enriching.
3. Renewable Energy - The integration of natural light in design presents opportunities for energy-conscious industries such as renewable energy and sustainable building materials.