A wooden chapel can be a separate building, attached or built-in room that is part of a temple complex. The chapel building is usually designed on one floor and is rectangular, octagonal and round, but you can choose another configuration of the structure.
The shape of the roof can be domed, hipped, or pitched. The shape of the plan in combination with the type of roof gives a wide variety of compositional solutions. The wooden chapel, like the temple, must be crowned with a head with a Cross.