The monster "Silent Church" sprang up on the small square in the center of the city. The wooden inner walls and roofs isolated the noise of the street and allowed it to sit quietly in a daze. Quiet Church is just what it is called. It is fashionable and solemn. It dares not whisper or shout. It has to say silent church. It feels too much.
Kamppi Chapel of Silence, a cask-shaped silent church, is the most unique and striking, most unlike the church building, but precisely the modern church building. Don't look down on this bucket-like church. It is one of the projects of the design capital in 2012. At the end of 2013, it was rated as "Ten New World Landmarks that Must Be Go" by the United States "Today News Network]. It is also another innovation of Finland's innovative wooden structure building. Here, from bustle to silence, there is only one step away. Next to it is a shopping mall. In the church, you can feel the warm sunshine projected from the boards, touch the simple chairs made of white wax trees, breathe fresh and pure air, and have a different flavor.
Kombi Chapel is a small chapel with spruce boards on its exterior walls. The surface is treated with special wax of nanotechnology, and the interior walls are decorated with alder. No photographs were allowed inside, and the two pictures were stopped as soon as they were taken. The Jingsi Cambi Chapel was completed in October 2012 and seems to have copied the Vanke Pavilion of Shanghai World Expo. But considering the long period of Nordic design and construction, it is hard to say who copied whom.
The unique shape of "Barrel Church" has been rated as one of the "ten new landmarks of the world that must be visited". The Silence Church is a wooden church located on the south side of Narika Square in the centre of Helsinki. It is also the entrance to the Compie shopping mall.
A building that does not look very like a church is similar to the Vanke Pavilion of the Shanghai World Expo. I wonder if the designer refers to the architectural style of the church. Near the subway and bus stations, the traffic is convenient and worth visiting.
Next to the Central Station, a street corner, surrounded by shopping malls, is the only peaceful place in a busy city, where you can sit quietly, light a candle and rest for a while. Whole wood design, the feeling of wood, like a barrel, when inside, the heart will really quiet down. If you want to take postcards and light candles, you need to donate freely in the box. If you don't want to donate, don't take them. Free brochures are also available. The staff were very enthusiastic and welcomed with a smile and nodded to show us in.