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Belgian architect group, Gijs Van Vaerenbergh, built a church in Belgium, and it’s pretty plain from certain angles. From others, the structure reveals itself to be something else entirely: a building that’s almost entirely see through. 

The project, named “Reading Between the Lines,” is a composition of 100 layers of stacked steel, that are equidistantly staggered in a way that illusively change in appearance based on where the viewer is standing.

Labyrint by Gijs Van Vaerenbergh - C-mine cultuurcentrum #limburg #belgium 📷: @pantopinik

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Sculptural Steel Labyrinth at a Former Coal Mine
Gijs Van Vaerenbergh (nom du duo d’artistes et architectes Pieterjan Gijs et Arnout Van Vaerenbergh) a construit un labyrinthe sculptural, graphique et im

Gijs Van Vaerenbergh (name of the artists and architects Pieterjan Gijs and Arnout Van Vaerenbergh ) have built a sculptural, graphic, and immersive maze in a former coal mine in Genk, Belgium. This labyrinth is made out of steel, with walls measuring 5 meters in height, and is interested in space as experience (Fubiz)

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Ver a través, Iglesia transparente en Borgloon, Bélgica El grupo de arquitectos, Gijs Van Vaerenbergh, construyó esta iglesia en Borgloon, Bélgica. No parece nada especial … desde ciertos ángulos. Desde otros ángulos, la estructura se revela como algo completamente distinto. Se compone de 100 capas de acero apilado, que están equidistantemente escalonadas de una manera que cambian de forma ilusoria en función del lugar donde se encuentra el espectador