This is not your average small town church. And to explain this fact, we will mention a few things. First off, we are dealing with a project from Jasmax architects developed for the city council of Manukau in New Zeeland. The challenge of this “church” makeover consisted in the fact that the city council did not want just a” remake” of a 1960’s ‘A-frame’ Church, but a increase in seating places, a new kitchen, a meeting room and a lounge.  Also, this is a place where many events will occur, such as theater plays and it is to become one of the city’s community centers.- via Arch Daily