Travel through a small Belgian village and you’re likely to see the remains of its old church, left to decay into the landscape. Inspired by such a scene, the architects Pieterjan Gijs and Arnout Van Vaerenbergh built Reading Between the Lines, a chapel-esque structure made of thousands of steel slats in Limburg, Belgium. Viewed from a certain angle, it appears to dissolve into its environs.
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