Why? Simply because it’s stunning to look at. Designed by architects Pieterjan Gijs and Arnout Van Vaerenbergh, working under the studio name Gijs Van Vaerenbergh, is this impressive structure created to reflect the image a church. Constructed to serve as a public space that would both engage the community and, when not in use, could stand alone as a stunning sculpture, the architects came up with the current design of Read Between the Lines. Located in Borgloon, it’s made up entirely of 100 thin sheets of steel and 2,000 columns. As the sun rises, the church seems to almost glow, the dramatic effect of cast shadows and intense lighting just makes the building come to life and turns it into something that’s so much more than simply a frame. Depending on your viewpoint, the horizontal slates seemingly all but disappear into the surrounding landscape.