September 2019


So many of the projects designers create involve taking wood away. Forests are cleared for development, for instance. And we all know what it’s like to drive a familiar route and realize that where a grove of trees once stood a tilt-up concrete structure has seemingly cropped up overnight.

Some very special design projects, however, are made of wood. They put wood into our environment and along the paths we walk, drive and worship.

Enjoy the three timeless churches made of timber presented in this edition of Cover Stories—each one an Architecture Masterprize winner.


Church.Design highlights three sustainable house-of-worship structures that snagged the IDA's Architecture Masterprize. Read more

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As Baby Boomers age, which assistive listening devices and technologies should designers hear about? Read more

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The field is narrowed down. You're in the running for the design job. Now, how do you seal the deal? Read more

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Not for long--analytics may be coming that will modify our understanding of the human experience. Read more

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Image courtesy of Architecture is Fun.

Does Diagon Alley at Universal Studios have application for themed church spaces? "Yes," say church design pros--and here are 10 reasons why. 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.