*빛과 건축 [ Nicolás Campodonico ] Saint Bernard’s Chapel

빛과 건축. 종교를 이야기 한다. 빛의 움직임, 공간에 새겨진 그림자는 종교의 아이텐티티를 이야기한다.

Nicolás Campodonico designed a religious building located in the Pampa plains, in the east of the province of Cordoba, Argentina. The Saint Bernard’s Chapel (being San Bernard the local patron saint) rises in a small grove.


Program: church
Architect: Nicolás Campodonico
Collaborators: Martin Lavayén, Soledad Cugno, Virginia Theilig, Gabriel Stivala, Tomás Balparda, Pablo Taberna, Gastón Kibysz
Engineering: Carlos Geremía
Contractor: Jerónimo Silva
Total area: 10,000 sqm
Built area: 92 sqm
Completion: 2015

The land was originally occupied by a rural house and its yards: they were both dismantled and their materials reused for the construction, using the one-hundred-year-old bricks. The site doesn’t have electricity or any other utilities, in an environment where nature imposes its own conditions.

The chapel’s volume, situated between the trees and the wide open countryside, opens up towards the sun, capturing the natural light of the sunset in the interior. Outside, vertical and horizontal poles are placed separately and projected towards the interior. As a result, every day all year round, their shadow slide along the curved interior, until they overlap with each other in a symbolic ritual.



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