When spirituality meets design: 10 modern churches made of concrete you should know about

If you are a Christian believer or not, here’s our selection in Europe of the most spectacular churches made of concrete.

1. Chiesa di Dio Padre Misericordioso (Rome – Italy) | Richard Meier, 2003

Credits: Wikimedia

2. Church in La Laguna (Tenerife – Spain) | Fernando Menis, 2008

Credits: Dezeen

3. Eglise Saint Joseph (Le Havre – France) | Auguste Perret, Georges Brochard, Raymond Audigier, 1951-1957

Credits: Pixaby

4. Notre-Dame-du-Haut (Ronchamp – France)| Le Corbusier, 1953 – 1955

Credits: Docomomo FR

5. Church of the Holy Trinity (Wotrubakirche / Kirche zur Heiligen Dreifaltigkeit), (Vienna – Austria) | Fritz Gerhard Mayr, Fritz Wotruba, 1974–1976

Credits: SOSbrutalism

6. Huutoniemen Kirkko (Vaasa – Finland) | Aarno Ruusuvuori, 1961 – 1964

6. Huutoniemen Kirkko (Vaasa – Finland)
Credits: Docomomo FI

7. St. John the Baptist’s Church (Brussels – Belgium) | Joseph Diongre

8. Katokopia Village orthodox Church (Katokopia – Cyprus) | Takis Zembylas, Diomides Kythreotis 1970, 1971

Katokopia Village orthodox Church (Katokopia – Cyprus)
Credits: tripmondo.com

9. Christ the King Church (Paola – Malta) | Guze Damato, 1924 – 1959

Credits: Wikipedia

10. Szent Lázló-Templom (Hollóháza – Hungary) | Lázló Csaba, 1967

Credits: Wikipedia

This is our selection of the best 10 churches in concrete: are there others we are is missing? Give us your suggestions!

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