April 23: Southern Finland tour – Chapel of the Resurrection, Turku
The other chapel in the cemetery was the Resurrection Chapel by Erik Bryggman, completed in 1941.
The first glimpse.
The approach, up gentle steps.
I think these are maybe actual holes in the floor.
Crazy light happenings.
Plaster corrugation, an unusual touch.
Passage from the main chapel into a reception room to the side.
Subtle steps up to the altar.
A quite solid pulpit.
These vines growing up toward the light are probably the most iconic element in the chapel.
More subtle steps.
A view of the whole apse.
The outside wall.
The back side.
The refuge/outlook created by the boulders was probably my favorite space in the whole cemetery.
These tower stairs were a really neat place as well.
More boulder/tree modalities.
A look back upon departure.