Designed by architect Pedro Maurício Borges, this chapel located in Portugal’s Figueira da Foz looks more like a contemporary store than a place of worship. The chapel consists of just three openings, two windows and an entrance, but the main attraction is the rectangular display window that protrudes out and acts like a picture frame. A second window on the inside of the chapel is the complete opposite with the window punched in so it's level to the interior wall. The all-white interior is simple and minimal with monasterial seating benches and a black framed office desk as the altar so as not to distract you from what you are really here for.
Photos by Fernando Guerra, FG+SG Architectural Photography