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in Architecture+Design2 years ago (edited)

Hi Benjamin. That church is certainly a creative work of architecture! I’m amazed at how the Architect utilized the colors of nature and weaved them into the overall terra-cotta aesthetic - giving it a warm and welcoming appeal. That building also appears to be well-ventilated due to the several holes artistically organized on its walls to allow natural air to pass through. It also helps to drive away harmful air especially during this pandemic. Great publication!


Hello Erne, as always, your comment was very successful. San Cristobal, the city where the church is built, has a very pleasant climate so the air that penetrates the church makes it cooler. On the other hand, I think that the material used in its construction, in addition to the holes in its walls, preserves the climate, which is almost always cool.