More evidence that the small chapel has more in common with liturgical vestments, furnishings, and artifacts than it does with full-scale churches. This tiny community chapel in Portugal really is a piece of furniture, and it does exemplify one of the tasks of the church building: the unification of all other physical elements required for and desired by the sacraments.

    via Tree of Life Chapel on Facebook
    via Tree of Life Chapel on Facebook

    Note the many details where the system of construction breaks away to accomodate everything from a small (wooden) organ, to a stoup, to a book. I do wish the lighting were slightly more integrated with the construction.

    Video with commentary (in Portugese):

    via Tree of Life Chapel on Facebook
    via Tree of Life Chapel on Facebook

    There is also a time-lapse video of the construction: