Shanghai’s Rainbow Chapel by COORDINATION ASIA

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G+PARK, a museum park in Shanghai, China, recently unveiled a wedding chapel like no other. Designed by COORDINATION ASIA, the Rainbow Chapel offers young, creative couples a new, colorful and happy place to get married instead of the typical wedding venues.

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The round wedding space is enclosed by 3,060 glass panels that were painted in 65 vivid, translucent colors that create a kaleidoscope of happiness.

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The round chapel is set within a partially open, white square structure, both shapes important in Chinese symbolism. The circle represents fullness and unity, while the square stands for honesty and virtue, and when combined, they give a sense of perfection and offer a place of luck.

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Photos by COORDINATION ASIA Ltd.