Modern Faith Architecture Network

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Modern places of worship are an integral feature of Britain’s architectural landscape. Faith buildings shape our identity, articulate cultural and social shifts across time, connect us with pioneering artistic movements and tell the story of Britain’s rich history of migration.

The Modern Faith Architecture Network brings together scholars, architects, designers, planners and the heritage sector to share expertise and ideas on the architecture of all faiths in modern Britain and explores expansive questions about the interaction of buildings with faith, art, philosophy, politics and society. The network provides a virtual platform to disseminate information on current projects; promote and facilitate new research and organise events and host collaborative workshops and symposia.

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Members of the Architectural History and Theory Group are frequent recipients of awards for research and scholarly work.

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