The chapel designed by Staab Architekten stands in the middle of fields on a gentle slope above Kesselostheim.
Surrounded by a small group of trees, it is visible from afar in the open landscape - coming from the opposite direction, a bend in the road puts the place in the line of sight of the path.
Unlike a flap of wings, each wooden slat in the chapel tower stretches into the sky. A permeable spatial envelope allows sunlight, wind, rain, and snow to enter the interior of the chapel, maintaining a direct relationship between the interior and the landscape. With simple means, a plateau stages the path to the chapel tower. On the narrow footbridge lined by a long bench, one can see into the landscape. From here, one gets a first glimpse of the chapel. After entering the tower, viewers are welcomed by a meditative area with lit benches and subdued lighting. The high slats allow sunlight to enter and create a fleeting pattern on the timbers. The wooden support structure draws a cross into the opening as the height increases.