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May 2018

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No more black boxes. Today, architectural beauty can coexist in technology-driven worship spaces.

Church clients are no longer content to forgo architectural beauty to achieve a technology-driven worship experience. For architectural beauty and high technology to successfully coexist in houses of worship though, the professionals we interview report there must be early and continuing collaboration among architects, consultants, integrators, acousticians and others.

Technology comes at architects and designers from all angles. It can be an ally to both clients' projects and to designers in their daily work.

The good news is, that collaboration and synergy between players is alive and growing. You'll see it at work in the stories of this May 2018 edition of Church.Design.

A Georgia megachurch, Free Chapel, opts for an intimate architectural addition. more

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Six meeting strategies for getting to a decision that sticks, so you and your clients can move forward. more

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Four reasons why your church clients, even the reluctant ones, are making the shift. more

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Rendering courtesy of LS3P.

Three church architects share how the two coexist in modern house-of-worship design. more

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Tap the knowledge of audio experts and end-users in the church world. more

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From console interfaces, calculators, stand-alone apps, to reference guides, these apps shine. more

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TELL US ABOUT YOUR PROJECT

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

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