(images via: Mimoa and Daniela Brocca)
Concrete will continue to be essential in creating the buildings of the future, and new ways of using this ancient material are already emerging. One of the most engaging is the exquisite Jubilee Church, also known as the Parisch Church of Dio Padre Misericordioso in Rome, Italy. Designed by Richard Meier and completed in the year 2000, the church features a trio of soaring concrete arches which represent the Holy Trinity.
This video by Roberto De Angelis is a 3D-animation of the Jubilee Church composed as the highlight of his design thesis: