As OPA's incredible cliffside concept home overlooking the Aegean Sea is soon becoming a reality, the architects have since unveiled yet another magnificent cliffside design. Here we see renderings of Lux Aeterna, a church whose front profile takes the shape of a cross. Much like Casa Brutale early on, for now, the concept is just that: a concept. But if things continue to progress, as they did with the aforementioned residence, OPA could see the followup design in their cliffside series go under construction.

The interior of Lux Aeterna boasts staggered bench seating in the center, with pews being positioned on both sides, running along the arms of the cross design. A staircase connecting the levels is then featured alongside, as the stage area is positioned in the middle on the first floor.

Again, OPA's cliffside church design is merely a concept for now, but if it gets the go ahead to begin construction, we'll be sure to bring you the coinciding details.

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