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the Church of the Light in Osaka, Japan, designed by the pritzker architecture prize winner TADAO ANDO in 1989. Located in a quiet residential suburb of Osaka, this church is oriented to maximize the suns light.Tadao Ando often uses Zen philosophy when designing. The space in this chapel is primarily defined by the light that comes through the thick concrete walls through the cut-out of the cross.

the Church of the Light in Osaka, Japan, designed by the pritzker architecture prize winner TADAO ANDO in 1989. Located in a quiet residential suburb of Osaka, this church is oriented to maximize the suns light.Tadao Ando often uses Zen philosophy when designing. The space in this chapel is primarily defined by the light that comes through the thick concrete walls through the cut-out of the cross.

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