Religious Architecture

Religious architecture is not just about designing a building, but rather meeting the needs of a community.  Like a family, a congregation brings together different priorities and different needs.  Phillips|Sekanick Architects has worked with a wide variety of religious communities and understand the importance of the working relationship of architect, congregation and committee are to the success of a project.  With each community, there is a unique solution that skillfully blends the spiritual life and the building.