Sigurd Lewerentz loved the raw material, which is why iron beams and the cross was to be laid out "rain or shine" before they were brushed off. Lewerentz uses bricks from Helsingborg, everywhere, for the exterior and interior walls, the floor, the ceiling, the altar and the pulpit. The hard-burned treatment gives the bricks a dark finish. This dark color really shapes the atmosphere of the church room, it’s a space with a warm feeling that embraces you. Lewerentz cared a lot about his bricks and set up a rule before the building process begun: No bricks shall be cut!
An architectural masterpiece by Sigurd Lewerentz
The Christening font has become a stampThe foundation of the stamp is a picture from this website
Architect Sigurd Lewerentz
In S:t Petri Church has Lewerentz reached the utmost simplicity. The church interior has received a sensational design. The whole church construction is carried by a large a T-cross of iron.
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The christening area in Sankt Petri Church has become a stamp. The foundation of the stamp is a picture from this website
Masterpiece by Sigurd Lewerentz
The church interior has received a sensational design. The whole church construction is carried by a large a T-cross of iron