There is a certain kind of serenity and calmness in every kind of holy places we visit in our lifetime. A connection instantly to almighty or a power can be felt right away the moment we enter in such places. The church is one of those serene places where we can find some quietness from all the busyness we are surrounded with. If we talk about the architectural design of authentic and antique churches we have a certain image in our mind because of similar structures of churches at that time. But Tad projects have jotted down some of beautiful modern churches designs ideas which will help you have a modernized idea related to the church. There are certain churches all around the world which has shown great dedication related to the modernized architecture of churches because it is tough to change the pre-conceived design we have in our mind to change.
Bosjes Chapel, Western Cape, South Africa
Bosjes Chapel, Western Cape, South Africa: this is such an innovative idea that it is incomparable with any other contemporary church’s architecture. It is a beautiful depiction of a floating wave which is surrounded by a valley. The wave is crystal white which looks super light-weight. In front of this beautiful structure, there is a pond that emphasizes and encourages the beauty of the church’s structure by many folds. And to add a little more beauty to the whole church, some new vineyards have been planted along with some fruiting plants.
Church of Seliger Pater Rupert Mayer, Poing, Germany
Church of Seliger Pater Rupert Mayer, Poing, Germany: Yet another church architecture design of church that breaks all the stereotypes of previous every kind of architectural design of the church. This church is located in the town of Poing near Munchin of Germany. This has a very unique structural design altogether. It is a kind of two-story building that has around 15,000 white 3- dimensional tiles which are topped with a ceramic crown clad.
Community Church, Knarvik, Norway
Community Church, Knarvik, Norway: it is one of the most exquisite kinds of wooden modernized kind of long church. The construction of the church was initiated in the year 2012 and the year 2014, it was ready for consecration. Some of the remarkable and distinct features of this church are rising roof in the shape of a huge spike, a chapel, and church sanctuary. The church was primarily designed and conceptualized by the architectural firm of Reiulf Ramstad Arkitekter.
El Señor de la Misericordia Church, Monterrey, Mexico
Miho Chapel, Koga City, Japan
Miho Chapel, Koga City, Japan: it is one of the churches architecture designs which is a museum at the same time in Koga City, Japan. A gentleman named after Mihoko Koyama and her daughter, Hiroko Koyama initiated the construction of the entire church and museum. The structure is in such a way that three-quarters of the entire building which has in total of 17,400 square meters is underground. The building has a carved mountaintop of rock material which makes it look a modernized version of any church but at the same time gives a touch of authenticity. So the structure of this chapel has also broken all the stereotypes related to the church’s architecture.
Pauluskerk, Rotterdam, the Netherlands
Pauluskerk, Rotterdam, The Netherlands: it is one of the most unique and interesting architecture among all the churches we have discussed until now. This place had a church in previous as well but it was allowed to demolish in the year 20067 due to the construction of this church. Why we are calling it so unique? The main reason behind this is the modern design of this church yet the reflection of the authentic roots which a church has
Valer kirke, Valer, Norway
Valer Kirke, Valer, Norway: this new church was the remake of a church that went into a fire in the 19th century. Why this special? Let’s talk about this. The entire roof is a timber roof and the shape of the roof is like a pyramid. The second heart-touching initiative by the constructor and designer is that the main entrance of this church reaches straightly to the main building of the 1890s building which was burnt out. Both sides of the entire building have opened on the rooftops to allow the fresh daylight while morning prayers.