Located in Jyväskylä Lakeland, the Kuokkala Church consists of two buildings that are clad with tiles of Spanish slate, which is now a focal point of the suburban neighborhood.
Framing with a wooden grid shell construction, the church ceiling and floors are made of Finnish spruce which creates a warm atmosphere in the interior spaces.
Inspiration from architect:
It was a sculptural building containing all desired functions within one single recognizable shape, contemporary, yet rich in historical allusions. A dialogue of contrasts between the exterior and interior architecture is manifested in the material choices.