In South Africa, there is a wide serene vineyard that just had a modernized chapel built on it by Steyn Studio and TV3 Architects. This religious architecture is truly a stunning and impressive site to see. Called the Bosjes Chapel, it has a roof that undulates which is supposed to pay tribute to the older Cape Dutch homes of the 17th century.
The Bosjes Chapel is located inside the Bosjes Farm. The waviness of the roof is symmetrical as it reaches down and then rises back up. The entire thing is made of concrete and its swoopy shapes give room for big picture windows which gives off a sense of how tall the chapel really is. The surrounding landscape is that of mountains which are also wavy. You could say the chapel’s roof is trying to resemble its environment.