We use cookies to ensure you get the best experience on our website.


What are your thoughts about Locationscout and what could we do better? Please let us know!



Sign up for free
Thank you for respecting the rights and efforts of our photographers. Please use our social media buttons to share this image.
Designed by Belgian architect duo Pieterjan Gijs and Arnout Van Vaerenbergh, this “church” is built out of 30 tons of horizontal steel beams and 2000 columns on top of a base of armed concrete.

It’s designed in such a way as to be transparent when viewed from different angles, and because of the spacing of the columns and beams it continues to morph into a different piece of art as you walk around it.

It has been called "Reading Between the Lines", and as it serves more of an artistic purpose than a functional one (nobody will be holding a church service in there any time soon, we assume), it represents a beautiful intersection of art and architecture — which all the best architecture does.
Thank you very much for your suggested change. We will check it as soon as possible and update this spot.

Photography tips

Please log in or sign up for free to see the photography tips.

Travel information

Parking is possible on the mainroad, about 3 minutes walking.
Thank you very much for your suggested change. We will check it as soon as possible and update this spot.

No info yet

All timings are equally good

08:30 17:07
50°47'45.5591" N 5°21'13.088" E

Bookmarks (48)

  • Stefan Loeker
  • gokturk duman
  • Aaron Owensby
  • phillip vandervoort
  • Ensar Zeljkovic
  • Rūta Laizāne
  • Nandor Emil Dudas
  • Claudio Weiß
  • Jaro De Taye
  • Stef Oostvogels
  • Sion Dafydd
  • Mr. Green
  • Sascha
  • Asit Apornsupavit
  • julien van den berghe
  • Yaman Ziadeh
  • Lexie Mclymont
  • Lana Baker
  • Tim Rebkavets
  • ed dr
  • Vincent Joossen
  • Evgeny Kopanov
  • Geert Leysen
  • Baksteen Productions
  • geert eel
  • Prajeesh Prathap
  • Carlo Lippens
  • Eva Czorny
  • Bill Evans
  • Wolfram Hogrefe
  • Jörg Zimmermann
  • Martin Wasilewski
  • Chengkai Li
  • Oleksandr Zaporozhets
  • Gunnar Heilmann
  • Florian Schwientek
  • Olaf Radcke
  • Pictures Magazin
  • Fraaanz Till
  • jonas mehmood
  • Peter Luxem
  • Luis Pina
  • Felix Baum
  • Basti
  • Vasile Valcan
  • Chris Berger
  • Yvonne Thiel
  • Manuel Becker
Please log in or sign up for free to see the exact geo details for this spot on the map.

Comments (2)

Please log in or sign up for free to leave a comment or ask a question.
Peter Luxem
Peter Luxem 21.06.2015
It's on my todo list for a long time... Beautiful done
Yvonne Thiel
Yvonne Thiel 29.04.2015
Wow, this is beautiful Monique!!
Thank you Monique Bogaerts for creating this photo spot.

Copyright information

for images and content.

You are allowed to...
share (copy, distribute, display) this copyrighted material, but you have to give credit to the author and Locationscout with a link to this source:
<a href="https://www.locationscout.net/belgium/570-reading-between-the-lines">Reading Between the Lines, Belgium</a> by Monique Bogaerts is licensed under a <a rel="license" href="http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/">Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License</a>.

You are NOT allowed to...
use this copyrighted material for commercial purposes. Furthermore you may not share (copy, distribute, display) any build upon, changed, remixed or transformed versions of the material.

Creative Commons
You can find more detailed information about this Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International license on http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/.

Thank you for respecting the rights and efforts of our photographers and Locationscout.


Where are the most amazing places for photography? Locationscout is a network of passionate photographers and travellers around the world, discovering it together.

Your opinion is important for us!

Do you like the idea / implementation of Locationscout or how could we do better? We would love to hear from you!

Ask a question or give us Feedback

Connect & discover with us