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Nestled beautifully in the middle of a vast landscape, a sculptural shape in plane sight resides, a chapel in the forest. A small elegant volume ennobled through its wooden structure occupies higher ground in its area, capturing expansive views towards greenery.
The green lush vegetation of Argentina’s Parque de la Cruz is embellishing the flawless structure, unifying nature and faith into one, pure, solid white presence. The establishment realized by Estudio Cella has been entitled church Capilla Santa Ana, this being the only shape subdued to the natural habitat in a 57 hectare park. The creators have used materials that would in no way interfere with the natural habitat, colors and textures being beautifully balanced in their site.
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