Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Saskatoon cathedral's amazing architecture

The new cathedral for the Diocese of Saskatoon is using world-class technology to collect solar energy using stained glass windows designed by Canadian glass artist Sarah Hall. Hall, who has created series of stained glass windows for Holy Name of Jesus Church in Vancouver, says that the new windows make use of the solar energy available in Canada's sunniest city to save on energy costs. It may be energy efficient, but it's extraordinary beautiful as well! Check it out.


  1. That is an extremely unfortunate design for a cathedral.

  2. You had something more like this in mind? ;-)
    Paul Schratz

  3. What a sorry excuse for a Cathedral, what a sad waste of money.


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