A Divine Intervention Is Staged For This 16th-Century Spanish Church

A Divine Intervention Is Staged For This 16th-Century Spanish Church

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By Suzanne Wales / Photos by Gregori Civera
Two friends breathe new life into a crumbling Spanish church.

"I need you. I bought a f*cking church!" With this blunt text message to his friend, architect Carlos Garmendia of Garmendia Cordero Arquitectos, Tas Careaga kicked off a three-year design adventure. 

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