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Temporary cathedral of paper and cardboard for earthquake torn town in New Zealand

The Japanese architect is famous for using paper and cardboard in his construction projects. This design will come with an expiration date after ten years, giving residents a place of temporary worship.The new cathedral will be 80 feet tall, holding around 700 people, at a cost of 3.5 million dollars. AERRJM-BN