In Ukraine, a chapel inspired by tradition

Surrounded by a pinewood forest and inspired by traditional Ukrainian wood church towers, the Chapel of the Intercession may be small, but it imbues visitors with a sense of elation.

Structured like a traditional frame but enclosed by tilted walls that meet at the top in an octagonal shape, the chapel is covered with shingles, with the glass door inviting the outdoors in.


Architects: Roman Seliuk and Dmytro Seliuk0
Location: Voronkov, Kiev, Ukraine
Year of completion: 2012
Photo credits: RdsBrothers