A contemporary architectural character is used this time for a church design in the Norwegian town of Ulsteinvik. The Norwegian architects “Snøhetta” won the competition to build a modern church design. The building will be modern, derived entirely from wood with a fluid, irregular lines that follow the demands of customers who wanted a harmonious link with the old building. The old church was constructed in 1800, and as a facility does not have sufficient capacity and flexibility for the needs of the community and clergymen. The new facility of Norwegian architects will fit more activities and needs. There will be a big church room for liturgies on the ground floor in a spacious room. The entrance of the new facility will be facing towards the old one. Read More via ArchitectureAdmirers.