Church of the Blessed Sacrament
Time Out says
This religious edifice in Taling Chan looks so modern that it could easily be mistaken for a contemporary art gallery. Architect Manode Sookchai drew inspiration from the shape of sacramental bread, using raw concrete, glass and metal to come up with the structure’s curved roof. The sloped pathway leading up to the main entrance was inspired by the Catholic theology that man was formed from dirt and would eventually return to the ground. Its 50-meter-tall cross tower can be seen from afar.