Religious affiliation, in the West at least, may be falling, yet architects globally continue to use their commissions to design sacred spaces as opportunities to lend form, materials and light an explicitly rhetorical, affective function. Amen to that. 
Simon Keane-Cowell, Editor-In-Chief
  Feature  
Universal Appeal:
new religious projects
Photo: Pedro Pegenaute
Amidst fluctuations in today’s religious landscape, architects are designing sacred spaces that remain open to their surroundings, communities and the present age. 
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SAKé signals the beginning of Piero Lissoni’s collaboration with B&B Italia.

"This design comes from the search for lightness. A technological platform, magically suspended in the air like a flying carpet, with cushions added to enclose the borders, and finally, legs to ground it " - Piero Lissoni.
SAKé
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Sacred Stuff:
5 materially expressive churches
Photo: Pablo Vicens
 
From wire to weathering steel, unorthodox materials offer these churches inspiration, at least when it comes to volume and form. 
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Authenticity, technology and versatility in a new collection of products that are suitable for all living spaces. A light that accompanies the moments of our everyday life. A light that represents life.

Solutions designed to emphasise modern and elegant daytime spaces, or to accompany us as we fall asleep and when we wake up. Spotlight equipment for precise lighting of architectural details and décor; lights in corridors, stairwells, passageways; modern designs for the bathroom and fun for the exterior. For every environment, the best lighting solution.
 
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Altea P 5738 by stglicht
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  Brand Stories  
WHAT’S ART GOT TO DO WITH IT?: LAUFEN
Premium Swiss bathroom manufacturer LAUFEN sees its contribution to the creative field as part of its commitment to collaboration and innovation.
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FLUID INTELLIGENCE: GROHE
 
Despite 100 years in business, GROHE is squarely looking to the future, with technology, innovation and sustainability its constant currents.
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THE AUDIOPHILES: ACOUSTICPEARLS
German-based manufacturer ACOUSTICPEARLS shows how interior architecture can – and should – work for the ears as well as the eyes.
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REINVENTED ARCHITECTURE: THE NEW CITY STUDIO (PART II)
These featured studios strike at the heart of architectural production while broadening the boundaries of professional identity.
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  Project  
Al-Warqa'a Mosque
by ibda design
Photo: Fabian Ong
Playful arches parallel a row of trees at the Al Warqa'a Mosque in Dubai, where architectural mass and elements of nature are in constant conversation.
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acousticpearls has its origins in the north of Germany, along the glistening blue sea with its sandy beaches and gusty winds. This setting provides us with sufficient reason to add our Nordic Favorites to our warehouse, especially for you. Seven specially chosen colors made of elegant Lord II fabric from Création Baumann offer combinations of color that convey at once that fresh breeze of Nordic air and a modern style.

Our new no-wait delivery service for the Nordic Favorite series ensures fast shipping of all standard sized products and is available for order for the ARCHITECTS TEXTILE and WALL COVER panel systems.

 
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Cappl Chair by KFF
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Frédéric Dedelley
Photo: Marcel Koch
Frédéric Dedelley, born 1964, is a product designer who graduated from the ECAL, Lausanne and Art Center College of Design, La Tour-de-Peilz. He founded his design studio in Zurich in 1995.
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October 2017
Lodz Design Festival, PL
3-8 October 2017
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Designers Open, Leipzig, DE
20-22 October 2017
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Budapest Design Week, HUN
6-15 October 2017
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