Wednesday, February 24, 2021

Kristofferuskyrkan

Kristofferuskyrkan
The church at Saltå kvarn (mill), in Järna, just down the road from the Anthroposophy centre at Ytterjärna. Built back in the 1960s. The architect was Walter Druml. Building materials include clay, straw, and fertilizer. There are around 300 members using the church.

5 comments:

s.c said...

I nearly thought he made a drum for himself but whats in a name.

Karl said...

Interesting building, but it doesn't look like a church to me...

bill burke said...

Looks more like a building for music events than a church.

William Kendall said...

No, it doesn't seem like a church, but the interior would of course feel different. And it does seem to fit in with your part of the world.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

An unusual piece of architecture Steffe, glad it's still being used ✨