Harajuku Church by Ciel Rouge Creation

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The Harajuku Protestant Church, located in Tokyo, was first designed by Ciel Rouge Creation. The architecture for this Protestant Church is centered by a wide nave arranged with six arches and a bell tower that symbolically lay importance on the seven elements, the seven days of creation, the seven churches of the Orient. The ceiling is specially made to reverberate natural sound for 2 seconds to provide a unique listening experience for worshipers and tourists.

The architescts create the impression of a biblical open sky image from which the light amid the Holy Spirit descends upon the followers and worshippers. The softly curved arches specifically designed for fine acoustics also remind of a hand overwhelming the crowd. For the use as an authentic concert hall facility the temple displays the comfort of lodges discreetly positioned right from within the arches.

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