I know what you’re thinking…
You’re thinking ‘it’s been ages since Mr. Nutt shared some pictures of a post-war Polish church, and it’s damn well time he sorted his act out’.
Well concrete fans, I’ve got exactly what you’re craving. 16 (count ’em) grey pictures of a grey church on a grey day. Like all of the best Polish churches, there’s plenty of concrete, there’s exposed reinforcing steelwork, and there very little by way of tasteful, reserved design. In other words, it’s beautiful.
So without further delay, I bring you, Kościół pw. św. Józefa (St. Jospeh’s church) Gdynia.
For more of the same, perhaps you’ll enjoy:
Saint Aiden’s in New Parks, Leicester
Church of Divine Mercy, Kalisz
Holy Redeemer, San Cristóbal de la Laguna, Tenerife
Kościół Opatrzności Bożej, Kalisz
or some my other architecture posts here.