FAITH IN ARCHITECTURE
An eclectic selection of buildings that support one faith or another. The first is a collection of priests and church officials at a new monastery in the Czech Republic by John Pawson.
Monastry Of Novy Dvur [Notre Dame], Czech Republic. Architect: JOHN PAWSON
Worth Abbey, United Kingdom. Architect: HEATHERWICK STUDIO WITH LIGHTING BY DPA. Worth Abbey Renovation, Heatherwick Studio with DPA, 2011, Interior detail.
View from below towards chapel skylight. University of Sussex, Brighton and Hove, United Kingdom. Architect: Sir Basil Spence, 1971.
New North London Synagogue, Van Heyningen And Haward, United Kingdom. Architect: VAN HEYNINGEN AND HAWARD. NEW NORTH LONDON SYNAGOGUE, VAN HEYNINGEN AND HAWARD ARCHITECTS.
Miribilla Church, Bilbao, Spain. Architect: IMB Arquitectos, 2008. Interior view.
Christ Church Lutheran, Minneapolis, Minneapolis, United States. Architect: Eliel Saarinen, 1949. Interior of Christ Church Lutheran, Minneapolis.
Overall panoramic view. Hirata Totsuka Church, Yokohama area, Japan. Architect: Akihisa Hirata , 2015.
Transitional Cathedral, Cardboard Cathedral, Christchurch, New Zealand. Architect: Shigeru Ban, 2013. Interior towards altar.
Ripon Chapel, Cuddesdon, United Kingdom. Architect: Niall McLaughlin Architects, 2013. Facade with protruding private prayer space and context.
Viikki Church, Helsinki, Finland. Architect: JKMM Architects, 2005. Interior in spruce, with aisle flanked by pews leading to Elaman puu (Tree of life) altarpiece in mahogany with punched silver decoration.
Kirche am Meer / Church by the Sea, Schillig, Germany. Architect: Koenigs Architekten, 2012. Church interior with semicircular pews around altar and glass roof.
Moritzkirche, Augsburg, Germany. Architect: John Pawson, 2013. Apse with Baroque statue Christus Salvator.