Posted in projects on May 19, 2016 12:06 pm EDT

di loreto Architecture Wins International Faith & Form/IFRAA Design Award

Portland, Ore., architecture firm's project, St. Edward Catholic Church, garners Faith & Form/IFRAA International Award at AIA 2016, plus national Wood Works Award.

St. Edward Catholic Church, Keizer, Ore. All photos courtesy of George King Photography.


 

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By Church Designer Staff

“The commitment of the parishioners of St. Edward Church to create an inspirational home for their congregation led to this timeless northwest design."

—Chris Diloreto, AIA, Founder, di loreto Architecture, Portland, OR

di loreto Architecture, a planning and architectural firm based in Portland, Ore., has won a prestigious international design award for St. Edward Catholic Church in Keizer, Ore.. The annual international religious art and architecture design awards program is co-sponsored by the Interfaith Forum on Religion, Art and Architecture (IFRAA), a knowledge community of the American Institute of Architects, and Faith & Form magazine. St. Edward Catholic Church won an award in the category of Religious Architecture: New Facilities. Earlier this year, the church also received a national Wood Design Award from the WoodWorks Wood Products Council.

“The commitment of the parishioners of St. Edward Church to create an inspirational home for their congregation led to this timeless northwest design,” comments Chris Diloreto, AIA, founder of di loreto Architecture.  continued >>

 

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