It’s always fun to see tiny buildings being used for alternative functions. Here’s a mobile chapel. “Mini Mobile Chapel and Museum complete with antiquities from churches torn down from around the world. We use the chapel for weddings, renaissance faires, historical reinactments, etc.” Read more about The Little Church of Miracles.
This tiny chapel is about 180 square feet and is located in Kolbermoor, Germany. I really like how the simple space and structure and how natural light enters the building. This is also an architect designed structure (by Kunze Seeholzer Architektur & Stadtplanung) but has many qualities that could inspire. Tiny Chapel
The Field Chapel in Boedigheim, Germany built by a team of students from the College of Architecture at the Illinois Institute of Technology, led by Professor Frank Flury. The chapel was completed in just 8 weeks with the help of volunteers. While it stands 9 meters high the entire interior floor space consists of just […]