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Sacred Spaces: 2004 Interfaith Sacred Space…

Sacred Spaces: 2004 Interfaith Sacred Space Design Competition

by Donald H Frew

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In 2004, an international "ideas" competition was held to design sacred spaces where people from all religious traditions could feel comfortable, safe, and respected. Is genuine interfaith space possible? This challenge was embraced by architects, artists, scholars, students, landscapers, and others in seventeen countries. The resulting 160 visionary designs, and the winners of the competition, are catalogued in this well-produced volume.

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