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A stunning example of how modern concrete structures can be really effective when the architect has imagination. The whole concept is fascinating and it’s execution superb. Check out the acoustic by attending one of their organ recitals, given on Thursday evenings during the ski season.
From the outside this church looks in need of a small amount of tlc. Inside everything changes.
The entrance leads you in behind the altar so there is a slow reveal of the building. A central, glass topped concrete tube has been constructed with a...More
From the outside, you'd be forgiven if you overlook this church. However it's definitely worth stepping inside for the amazing stain glass windows and central organ which dominates the space. A must visit (after hitting the slopes of course).
This church is worth a quick detour from all the ski ad mountain activities. It is quite unique as churches go - being almost circular in plan, with an almost mountain-shaped cross section. As depicted in the photos, the organ is also pretty special, and...More
We bemused the Neilson staff by asking about this concert - presumably not something their skiing customers usually request! The church is unremarkably modern outside, almost ugly, but inside!! What a beautiful place. The roof sweeps up in golden coloured wood, like a tent to...More
I've visited churches all over the world but this one was my favourite. This building looked like nothing much from the outside, but inside was a revelation. It was a working church with people selling handicrafts and going to confession but equally welcoming to the...More
During our Christmas stay in L'Alpe-d'Huez we visited this church and although it looked like a grain silage building from the outside the interior was a revelation. The huge open handed design of the organ behind the altar was impressive. The arched stained glass windows...More