Design & Construction

6 Modern But Traditional Church Designs

Church is more than a building, and while we can worship in movie theaters, mega-churches, or meadows, there’s something about traditional churches that inspires reverence and awe.

WFM Staff  ·  November 23, 2016

Church represents more than a building, and while we can worship in warehouses, schools, movie theaters or malls, there is still something about a traditional church that inspires awe and reverence.

And whether today’s designs include traditional stained glass exteriors or whether a church is updated with a transparent modern touch of clear glass, it’s apparent that windows continue to dominate the design when looking at today’s traditional church.

With a light on traditional church design, take a look at these projects from this year’s Solomon Award entrants that incorporate traditional elements—from spires and stained glass windows to and evenpipe organs—in way that just might make you want to break out a hymnal.


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