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Rothko Chapel

Typology: Multifaith Subscription

Religious belief systems remain powerful and distinct but, alongside the differences, comes a call for greater tolerance and cohesion. Can the worship of different gods take place under one roof?

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1 photograph credit joakim boren index

Memorial service: Belarusian Memorial Chapel in London by Spheron ArchitectsSubscription

By Eleanor Beaumont

Spheron Architects’ Belarusian Memorial Chapel is the first wooden church to be built in London since the Great Fire of 1666 

Chapels

The London Central Mosque Gibberd

Gibberd’s London Central MosqueSubscription

By Lance Wright

From AR September 1977: decoration meets uneasily with internal logic in Gibberd’s London Central Mosque

Mosques

Sai Mandir Vennached by SEA3

Sai Mandir Temple by SEA: ‘straddling the world of memory and history’Subscription

By A Srivathsan

The lattice structure transforms this humble temple into an inviting social arena

Temples

Mariendom Nevige3

‘Abstract forms were espoused more quickly by the German church than by industries’Subscription

In the wake of the Second World War, radical new places for repentance, forgiveness and renewal emerged in West Germany

Essay pieces

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April 2016: FaithSubscription

1430: John McAslan, Atanacio & Soza, Vector, Formwerkz, Gonzalo Mardones, Nicholas Hawksmoor, AR FAITH Awards, Typology: Multifaith  

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