Richard S. Vosko

Musings on religion, art and architecture

Symbolism in Religious Architecture?

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Read my article, The Search for Symbolism in Religious Architecture on the website of the Interfaith Forum of Religion, Art and Architecture. IFRAA is a knowledge community of the American Institute of Architects.

What do you think about religious symbolism today? In synagogues, churches and mosques? Important? Not important?

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Author: Richard S. Vosko

Richard S. Vosko, Ph.D., Hon. AIA, is an internationally known sacred space planner. He is a presbyter in the Diocese of Albany who enjoys the classroom as much as the pulpit. On Sundays he presides at worship at St. Vincent de Paul Parish, Albany, NY. For more information on Vosko’s background, his projects, publications and speaking engagements please go to his website. For his homilies and occasional musings about religion, art and architecture go to his blog. Comments, questions and suggestions are always welcomed there.

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