Sacred space is hard to define, but it’s something many of us have experienced in “peoples lives”. The challenge for designers and designers is to find ways of evoking the see through structures and shapes.
Every year for the past 30 times, Faith& Form magazine and the Interfaith Forum on Religion, Art and Architecture have honored superb religious structure and intend through their annual apportions program. This year’s winners were selected by a board of five independent reviewers, and they express the diverse and artistic directions in which human being event and illustrate the sacred.
View the 16 wins of the 2015 Faith& Form/ IFRAA Religious Art and Architecture Award below 😛 TAGEND