interior design

Architects, designers and consultants provide the first steps to an all-inclusive worship community. Read more


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Sam Grant Photo

Words of wisdom on church interior design from a co-founder of AIA Chicago's Firm of the Year. Read more


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All images: The Adams Group

A North Carolina church’s design, inspired by the reclamation of an old barn, breathes new life into its neighbors. Read more

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On a topic that's always hot, Church.Design takes a mid-summer view of what's cool inside. Read more

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Image: Sassafras Studios

As church design evolves, what components should interior designers and their clients incorporate? Hint: transformation replaces entertainment. Read more

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A rocky hillside and a concept performance space join outside an ancient Spanish city. Designers of worship and performance spaces--take note. Read more


A look at how the rise of connectivity is impacting interior design, furnishing and attendee comfort levels. Read more

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Function-forward designs offer a multitude of options for your worship space designs. Read more


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Selecting color and texture isn't a cut-and-dry task. There are no spec sheets to follow, just your gut and the bottom line. Read more


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Images courtesy of GFF Inc.

The Board of Historic Fort Worth awarded Dallas' GFF Inc. for aesthetic and AVL upgrades at TCU's Robert Carr Chapel. Read more


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All images: Tom Paule Photography

Design insight can often come from the "product" and culture of who hired you. Read more


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Images by HGA.

Minneapolis' Lakewood Cemetery Garden Mausoleum offers a place to rest in peace. Read more


Three new builds feature Howe's iconic 40/4 chair designed by David Rowland. Read more

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Courses teach how to blend communication and information technology into design elements. Read more


The term "church social" takes on new meaning for church designers in 2019. Read more

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Church.Design wants to hear about faith-based building projects that both stand out architecturally and help to fulfill a ministry need.