In February 2011, a major earthquake struck the New Zealand city of Christchurch, killing more than a hundred people and damaging many buildings, including the iconic Anglican Cathedral.
The city is hoping to open a new place of worship by December this year.
Now, a Japanese architect has designed a temporary and highly-innovative replacement made out of cardboard.
Al Jazeera's Belinda Henley reports from Christchurch, New Zealand.
Source: Al Jazeera