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baha’i architecture Tag

An inviting, community-responsive Baha’i center integrates spiritual symbolism with contemporary design. The Nashville Baha’i Center project emerged from an invited design competition won by Ken Parel-Sewell while working for Gregory Maire Architect. A jury of local Baha’i community members selected Greg and Ken’s design on the...

The Story of an Artifact’s 100 Year Journey at the Baha’i Temple While the Baha'i Temple Welcome Center has been open for a few months now, we’re still completing some important final details. Last week, without fanfare, a little-known, but significant historical story came to a...

One World Architecture (OWA) is excited to announce that we are winners in the 2013 Faith & Form International Awards Program. Our submission for the restoration of the Baha’i House of Worship Gardens and Terraces received a Merit Award in the category of Sacred Landscape. The Faith...