*돌을 쌓아 만든 작은 예배당 [ messina | rivas ] The Chapel Ingá-Mirim

쌍파울로에서 80km 떨어진 이투페바시에 위치한 작은 예배당. 오래된 기존 건물을 허물고, 새롭게 재구축한다. 기존 구조물의 기초를 이용하여 돌로 쌓은 3개의 벽으로 구성된 공간은 오래된 도로와 농장을 연결하는 길목에 위치한다. 주변 자연환경과 건축을 연속시키는 열린공간은 켜켜이 쌓아올린 돌틈으로 완성된다.


The Ingá-Mirim Chapel is located on the outskirts of the city of Itupeva, 80km from São Paulo, on a 19th-century estate. We were asked to renovate the former local estate to make it an environment that responds to local celebrations of religious importance.


We understand the idea of the architectural reform as an opportunity to reinterpret pre-existing construction, enabling new relationships between the project and the landscape. Therefore, as an act of reflection, we decided to disarm the materials of the old estate in the design of the Ingá-Mirim Chapel in order to reuse them and to give them new conditions.


The construction was carried out in collaboration with the farm caretakers, the brothers Carlos and Charles, who previously worked in construction and now do the local preservation work. With them we experimented with how we could, through their own knowledge, reuse the materials of the old local buildings. Under these conditions, the construction process followed the schedule of the daily activities such as mowing, releasing horses or feeding cattle.


Using the foundation of the pre-existing construction, the project is based on three stone walls by the old road that allowed access to the farm. Between these three walls, the unarmed bricks of the estate define a path that leads through spaces that seek continuity between construction and landscape, thus suggesting an open religious enjoyment.


Architects: messina | rivas

Location: Itupeva, Estado de São Paulo, Brazil

Category: Chapel

Authors: Francisco Rivas, Rodrigo Messina, Guadalupe Sappia

Area: 370.0 m2

Project Year: 2018

Photography: Federico CairoliCourtesy of messina | rivas


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