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Faith & Form's 2018 Program Recognizes the Best in Religious Architecture and Art

Religious architecture has long been one of the most exciting typologies, one has long paved the way for various design and structural innovations. Faith & Form magazine and Interfaith Forum on Religion, Art and Architecture (IFRAA) annually recognize the continued creativity defining the field.

Shoraku-ji, Toru Kashihara Architects, Photo Takumi Ota

Religious architecture has long been one of the most exciting typologies, one has long paved the way for various design and structural innovations. Faith & Form magazine and Interfaith Forum on Religion, Art and Architecture (IFRAA) annually recognize the continued creativity defining the field.This year's winners include 35 projects that span a variety of religious denominations, sizes, and location. Additionally, the award has recognized two trends defining contemporary religious architecture: "the preference for natural materials in worship environments, and inventive design solutions to address tight budgets."1 Bahá?í Temple of South America, Hariri Pontarini Architects, Photo Sebastian Wilson Leon
Baha??i? Temple of South America, Hariri Pontarini Architects, Photo Sebastian Wilson Leon

 2 Rural Chapel, Midland Architecture, Photo Liz Dutton

Rural Chapel, Midland Architecture, Photo Liz Dutton

 3 The SAJ Urban Chapel of St Ignatius Cherrez y Cantera, Photo José M. Cutillas 

The SAJ Urban Chapel of St Ignatius Cherrez y Cantera, Photo Jose? M. Cutillas...
Source: Archdaily
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