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    • Accomodations for the estates horses 

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    • Another exterior view of the Museo 

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      The Museo was not only built in Chapultepec Park but on a piece of land donated by the government.
    • Beauty and tranquility 

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    • A calming pool before the opportunity to worship 

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      Across the pool one can see the liturgical center on the far side of the great worship room.
    • Casa en el aire Augustin Hernandez, Arq. 

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      An architectural tour de force. The casa el aire (house of the air) under construction in 1988 and completed in 1990.
    • Chapel on Mount Rokko 

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      Note slit window on left edge of church.
    • Church entrance 

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      At the street corner of the pool is the entry to the church, where Inadomi again uses the form of a fish for door pulls.
    • Church exterior with cross and entry 

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      The cross identifies the church.
    • Church façade 

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      The defining window wall of the church.
    • Church in Tarumi 

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      Tadao Ando, architect. Built 1992-1993. A complicated and very restricted plot of ground results in a seemingly complex, yet simple, but at the same time dynamic plan. Center, left, is the rectangular bell tower. Above the ...
    • Church in Tarumi 

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      Primary entrance to the chapel begins in the space between the walls on the right.
    • Church of the light 

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      Church of the light, Tadao Ando, architect, 1988-89. Built in close relationship to a slightly larger church they are both identified as Church of the light.
    • Church on Mount Rokko 

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      Tadao Ando, architect 1985-86. Connected to the Rokko Oriental Hotel by a long simple covered walkway the church functions primarily as a wedding chapel.
    • Close up 

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    • Continued mystery 

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      What is the purpose of the concrete projection into the midst of the tranquil pool?
    • Continued revelation 

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      The Water Temple is appropriately covered with water lilies.
    • Continuing approach 

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      The curved ramp leads to an opportunity to contemplate a bit of grass and a view of the city and then doubles back past the fenestration to continue ones approach to the chapel.
    • Descent to worship 

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      The concrete projection reveals itself as a staircase leading into the depths of the pool. From this angle the water lilies seem to be extremely well ordered.
    • Egerstrom estate 

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    • Emilio Ambasz, Ing. 

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      Our guide to the Barragan sites enters the doorway to the home of Barragan.