The chapel was created as a votive offering for the construction of the motorway bypass. We tried to transpose the traditional model of the sacred into contemporary forms and meanings, keeping the interesting interaction with the motorway. We outlined arbitrary space limits using the EPCH 420 energy-absorbing barriers that form five offset rings around the sacred centre. Most of the elements used in the construction had been recycled. The site is completely open and accessible. Perhaps the roadside chapel with an intriguing geometry, seemingly abandoned amongst flowery meadows, will prompt somebody to meditate on the transience of life?