New Mexico’s capital city Sante Fe is the home to people involved in a wide variety of spiritual beliefs. It is in the light of this revelation that US artist and designer Michael Jantzen has designed a Chapel for New Mexico that promotes the idea of multiculturalism, inclusiveness, and tolerance. The structure would have four sides, each with a white-painted steel and concrete frame filled with glass and this would be repeated seven times on all sides. The chapel can house 30 believers and the center has a special podium like structure where a minister, priest, rabbi, or any other inspirational speaker may take up the stage. Visitors would be able to access the chapel through glass doors placed on every side. It is a symbol of openness to all who will hopefully be inspired by its uplifting geometry.
Here at Sigma College of Architecture, one of the Top Architectural Colleges in Tamil Nadu we help our students broaden their horizons by educating them the various different projects that need not follow the regular norms that society has intended for such structures.