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Finegold Alexander Breathes New Life into Former Churches
The Boston-based architecture firm’s portfolio features multiple church conversions into luxury residences.
As Gottfried Böhm Turns 100, an Exhibition Foregrounds His Concrete Religious Architecture
Kicking off the nationwide celebrations, Böhm100 in Frankfurt presents the Pritzker Prize–winner's 1968 Neviges Cathedral in western Germany.
In Italy, a Church Cleaved in Two Serves as a Gathering Place
Designed by three Italian firms, the minimal Church of the Penitent Thief adjoins a renovated, preexisting church that now functions as a community center.
On a Remote Venezuelan Mountainside, a Community Unites to Build a Church
Designed by Enlace Arquitectura, the structure in La Media Legua combines readily available materials with a dramatic sweeping form.
Surveying L.A. Pomo: Moore Ruble Yudell
In this series of articles, Metropolis celebrates the diverse, innovative Postmodern architecture coming out of La La Land between 1975 and the early 1990s.
What’s the Role of Sacred Architecture in Our Cities?
Reverend Thomas Pike, who was inspired by a 1983 Metropolis conference to become a leader in historic preservation, looks at the importance of sacred spaces in urban areas.