ARCHITECTURAL NEWS

 
 

MORE EDITOR PICKS

 
 
 

LATEST ISSUE

DIGITAL EDITION

 
 

NEWSLETTERS

 

Sign up for our bi-monthly newsletter Designer Today to stay up to date with all we do at Designer and with what's going on in the field of house of worship architecture.

 
 
  
          
 

DESIGNER BLOGS / MEET OUR BLOGGERS

Lisa Masteller

Design in Mind

Lisa grew up in Southern California during the “Jesus Movement” and continues to carry the torch, as she gains exposure within the retail and commercial design world. Her passion for design lives within the larger scale projects that have a heavy public imprint. She cut her teeth as a window display artist and set designer. Lisa currently works with several churches in the field of facility redesign and new construction projects.

LATEST ENTRY / Posted in Design in Mind on July 7, 2017 1:04 pm EDT

Turning the Page

How one designer navigates the process of moving on to new involvements and activities following a project's completion ... Read more >>

ALL ENTRIES >>
 
 

Carol Badaracco Padgett

From the Editor

Carol Badaracco Padgett is editor of Church Designer magazine and senior associate editor of Church Production Magazine, published by Cary, N.C.-based Production Media Inc. She works from an Atlanta office, where she has written and reported on commercial construction, architecture, green building and sustainability, and church and culture for the past 25 years.

LATEST ENTRY / Posted in From the Editor on October 2, 2017 9:43 am EDT

Project Collaboration: A Balancing Act

Careful collaboration led to Xavier High School's expansion in the Manhattan borough of New York City. It almost sounds like an improbability, to expand in the heart of Manhattan -- yet vision and teamwork made it happen. Read more >>

ALL ENTRIES >>
 
 

Peter Exley, FAIA, and Sharon Exley, MAAE, ASID

Architecture Is Fun

Collectively, Peter Exley, FAIA, and Sharon Exley, MAAE, ASID, are architects, designers, teachers, authors and generators of good ideas; together they have amassed an impressive portfolio of architecture, interiors, branded environments and purposeful play. Specializing in educative design for visionary clients, their firm, Architecture Is Fun, collaborates with churches, museums, libraries, early learning facilities, schools and entertainment-based attractions to create meaningful environments relevant to their communities, in the United States and internationally.

LATEST ENTRY / Posted in Architecture Is Fun on December 13, 2017 12:30 pm EST

AIA Trends & Talking Points for 2018

The Interfaith Forum on Religion, Art and Architecture (IFRAA), a knowledge community of the American Institute of Architects (AIA), represented by members Doug Hanson AIA, ASIC, and Stephen Pickard AIA, NCARB, discloses of-the-moment issues in sacred space design. Read more >>

ALL ENTRIES >>
 
 

Ron Geyer

Design & Architecture

Ron Geyer is an architect in Greenville, S.C., who helps churches—new and old—make smart decisions about the buildings and spaces they inhabit and use in ministry. Reach him at 864-360-9292
 or via Twitter @rongeyer

LATEST ENTRY / Posted in Design & Architecture on September 24, 2015 11:02 am EDT

Part 2: 4 Tensions That Affect Design for Ministry

A look at growth vs. tradition. Does the tension between preserving the good stuff and inviting others into fellowship manifest itself in buildings? Read more >>

ALL ENTRIES >>
 
 

Kenn Sanders

Tomorrow's Campus Today

Kenn Sanders is an architectural designer who has been creating leading edge campuses for over 50 years. He has completed work on hundreds of church campuses across North America. Kenn Sanders’ “illustrated planning’ shapes environments that fit the transparent lifestyle desired by today's churches. Kenn can be reached at (480) 419-0915, Scottsdale, Ariz., Facebook – Kenn Sanders Illustrated Planning.

LATEST ENTRY / Posted in Tomorrow's Campus Today on October 30, 2017 11:17 am EDT

Design Like a Shepherd

A veteran church architect shares his thoughts on the role of the church designer and what makes buildings functional and conducive to worship, long-term.  Read more >>

ALL ENTRIES >>
 
 

Jerry L. Halcomb, FAIA

Architecture

Dallas-based Jerry L. Halcomb, FAIA, founded HH Architects in 1971 and served as president and CEO there for 41 years. After retiring from the company in June of 2012, Halcomb moved into a consulting role, founding Studio H Consultants where he serves as president. He is a hands-on consultant, partnering with churches and joining their leadership team as an advocate to help their projects succeed.

LATEST ENTRY / Posted in Architecture on April 12, 2017 9:37 am EDT

Then and Now

A veteran church designer, and current project facilitator, shares the business sense he's gained throughout the years -- invaluable advice to help your firm thrive successfully over the years. An absolute must-read. Read more >>

ALL ENTRIES >>