The Piuskirche in Meggen was built between 1964 and 1966 to plans by Franz Füeg. Franz Füeg won the architecture competition held by the parish in 1960 to which 27 architects submitted projects. The building is now listed as a Cultural object of national importance.
The 13 meter high cubic building has no windows. The outer walls between the steel supports beams consist of 888 slabs of 28mm thick, translucent, Greek marble.
While the building appears almost white from the outside, the marble has rich yellow and orange tones from the inside. The altar follows the building construction: a marble slab on steel supports. A bronze cross behind the altar was created by Gottlieb Ulmi from Emmenbrücke.
The organ is installed on a reinforced concrete gallery.
The free standing 40 meter high bell tower is completely made of steel, like the supporting framework of the church. It houses 5 bells made by the "Erdinger Glockengießerei" near Munich, Germany.