Pfarrkirche Heilig Kreuz

I recently learned about the architect Rudolf Schwarz and the churches such as Pfarrkirche Heilig Kreuz, in Cologne, that he designed in the 1950s. The awe they inspired in photographer Robert Adams for “containing the uncontainable“, was referenced by Aaron Rothman, in his essay/slidewhow for Places-Design Observer titled We Are in a Western Town.

Pfarrkirche Heilig Kreuz photo by schromann

For more amazing images check out the schromann’s Rudolf Schwarz Flickr set.

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