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St Hilaire Church in Melle by Mathieu Lehanneur

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by Jaime last modified May 27, 2011

Mathieu Lehanneur has converted the choir at St Hilaire church in Melle in the Deux-Sèvres department in France, creating a topographic, geological feeling. To reinforce that the church was built there, the Romanesque building has been infused with a mineral feeling and look with white marble. What I like best about this design is that [...]




 

 

St Hilaire Church in Melle by Mathieu Lehanneur

Mathieu Lehanneur has converted the choir at St Hilaire church in Melle in the Deux-Sèvres department in France, creating a topographic, geological feeling. To reinforce that the church was built there, the Romanesque building has been infused with a mineral feeling and look with white marble.

What I like best about this design is that it feels like it grew organically from the floor, spilling over and forming around the church’s stone columns, like a natural landscape.

St Hilaire Church in Melle by Mathieu Lehanneur

St Hilaire Church in Melle by Mathieu Lehanneur

St Hilaire Church in Melle by Mathieu Lehanneur

St Hilaire Church in Melle by Mathieu Lehanneur

St Hilaire Church in Melle by Mathieu Lehanneur

St Hilaire Church in Melle by Mathieu Lehanneur

St Hilaire Church in Melle by Mathieu Lehanneur

Photos by Felipe Ribon.


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