Located in San Juan Cosalá, Jalisco, Capilla RLJ integrates with the natural topography of the property without affecting the existing vegetation.
Materials such as stone, tile and wood from the region were used, as well as concrete and basic ironworks.
As part of the integration into the social context, the main access was projected on a public road, generating community inclusion despite being located within a private property.
It has an access patio that faces the road, formed mainly by stone from the region and which in turn gives access to the toilets, the sacristy and the interior of the chapel. The main body is made up of two large concrete walls and a roof that house a choir, an area for 12 benches with capacity for 72 people and the altar area, with a total area of 295.71m2. The concrete walls also house an open courtyard in which a steel cross designed and manufactured by the firm is suspended from the walls in the center. This patio ends at the bottom with a quarry wall designed with a geometric flue that accentuates the depth of the patio on which the cross floats.
Inside, simplicity was sought, decorating only the essential furniture that makes up a chapel.
The RLJ Chapel has an exit to the rest of the ranch, which can also be used as access to the event room built in the same complex.