Source: redbull 100-Year-Old Church Transformed Into A Skate Park 2015-12-21 Mon 2015-12-21 Mon A historic church in the Spanish city of llanera, originally designed by Asturian architect Manuel del Busto in 1912, was abandoned for years and crumbling from neglect. Fortunately, with help from online fundraising and Red Bull, the church was salvaged and turned into an indoor skate park dubbed Kaos Temple. Artist Okuda San Miguel was commissioned to cover the walls and ceilings with his colorful geometric art style. Verkami describes some of the work: His iconic artistic piece Kaos Star represents a colorful and isometric rose[sic] of the winds that tries to tell us that it does not matter were[sic] you are, or what you are doing, what matters are your own goals. redbull redbull okudart redbull LaI glesia Skate LaI glesia Skate redbull Before and After redbullLaI glesia Skate By - grape Japan editorial staff. Source:redbull / okudart / LaI glesia Skate Tags: Church / Skateboard grape Japan Latest 100-Year-Old Church Transformed Into A Skate Park Related Article Little Maestro Girl Conducting Church Choir Is The Next Mozart Aladdin In Real Life: Magic Carpet Ride Prank Through NYC Japanese Illustrator Suzushiro Puts Maids on Skateboards And We Can’t Complain Get Noticed On Handmade Urushi Lacquer Skateboards In Traditional Japanese Designs Dude Boards Down A Road At 70MPH (112KPH)–You Can Feel The Wind Whip Against Your Face! [VIDEO] 3 Cool Japanese Kids Competing In The World!