Reading Between the Lines


view of artwork with blue sky in background


side view of artwork


looking outside from inside the artwork


inside view of top of the church


Reading Between the Lines is a project by Belgian architects Pieterjan Gijs and Arnout Van Vaerenbergh. The see-through church is part of Pit, a project of Z33 - house for contemporary art - which brings art in public places.

The project is 10 metres high and consists of 100 stacked layers of steel plate in the shape of a church. The church is transformed into a transparent object, this makes the landscape always visible throughout the construction.

Location: walking path between the Sint-Truidersteenweg and the Romeinse Kassei. If you come by car, park on the parking at Sint-Truidersteenweg between Grootloonstraat and Neremstraat and continue by foot. From the parking you can follow the orange, blue, yellow or green walking route.


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Jurgen Huibers
Jurgen Huibers

We are a family of 5 from Belgium. We love travelling and discovering new places in Europe. I hope we can inspire you for your holiday in Europe. Have a look at our destinations so far and feel free to ask any additional info of the places we visited.

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