Tapiola Church

When it opened in 1965, the Tapiola Church was somewhat controversial, and locals greeted it with a mix of approval and disdain. However, it has since become of the most recognisable landmarks in Espoo, and is nowadays much loved by the locals, and especially by its congregation. The exterior is modern, with swoops and layers of grey concrete, but inside the main attraction is the glass back wall which fills the church with natural light.