December 23, 2017

The Mhuysqa Offering in Tenjo, Colombia, last year’s Spirit of Place design/build project for the School of Architecture, was listed among Faith and Form’s 2017 Religious Architecture awards.

... How does contemporary religious architecture adapt to the needs of the modern world? Each year, Faith & Form magazine and the Interfaith Forum on Religion, Art and Architecture (IFRAA) award acknowledges the best in religious art and architecture. This year’s winners included 27 projects spanning in religious denomination, size, and location. Beyonds this, the award recognizes three common trends present in religious architecture today: re-adaptation of existing facilities, community-based sacred spaces, and simplicity in design. ... 

See all 27 winners on Arch Daily