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Carlo Alberto Scarpa designed the church in Borca di Cadore, Italy, in collaboration with Studio Gellner. Edoardo Gellner writes: "From the very beginning of the city's planning, the church was placed in a dominant position in the residential area as a terminus for pedestrian routes linking the buildings in the city centre. The architectural form of the hut with a steep 60 degrees underground, similar to the core pavilion of Cologne (45 degrees), emphasizes the building's function and the surrounding establishment of a bottom-up spatial scale symbolizing the landscape, visible to the exterior and interior points of the village. The building is unique in its daylight clock castle and its 68-meter-high spire. Due to poor function or inopportune, a small outdoor church was set up near the entrance. In the plan, the slight plan makes the church slightly asymmetrical and connects the lower Baptist church to the left side of the altar and the cut pyramid of the bell tower to the central body, which includes the choir, the Hallows room and some technical rooms.
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