This church's architecture design by CAZA to create a unique church that no room is completely bound by four walls to challenge what sacred spaces look like today.

100 Walls Church by CAZA

Architect: CAZA
Location: Cebu, Philippines
Architect of record: WV Coscolluela
Project team: Carlos Arnaiz, Laura del Pino, Marc Leverant
Client: SM Investments
General Contractor: Monolith
Consultants: SM EDD

100 Walls Church by CAZA

Project's description: Intentionally nebulous, each space oscillates from being partly contained to being loosely attached to something else. Each wall is placed in a singular direction so that the structure is completely opaque from one vantage and transparent from the opposite view. The church invites us to wander its grounds and discover sunken gardens, pockets of blue light, and an enigmatic profusion of talismanic walls. A multitude of doors and passages remind us that there are as many paths as there are lives, and that a sacred space today should draw out meaning in its inscrutability.

100 Walls Church by CAZA

100 Walls Church by CAZA

100 Walls Church by CAZA

100 Walls Church by CAZA

100 Walls Church by CAZA

100 Walls Church by CAZA

100 Walls Church by CAZA

100 Walls Church by CAZA

100 Walls Church by CAZA

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100 Walls Church by CAZA

This church's architecture design by CAZA to create a unique church that no room is completely bound by four walls to challenge what sacred spaces look like today

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