The chapel sits on the existing access pathway and is supported by a single column opposite to the entrance, which rises from the ground and transforms itself into a cross at floor level.
The main steel structure supports a sequence of parallel timber porticoes that progressively change the interior spatial proportion from horizontal to vertical.
The focal point is the steel cross, framed by wood and with the sea as a backdrop.
A skin of transparent glass protects the sides of the chapel and reflects the surrounding tropical forest.
Seemingly afloat on the air, the building and its furnishings materialise a search for simplicity.