- Jun 21, 2021
German architect Gottfried Boehm, who was famous for his concrete brutalist-style church buildings, has died at 101.
Long overshadowed by the country’s Anglican structures, England’s Catholic churches are put under the spotlight in a new book.
Robin Puttock gave the students in her architecture class at The Catholic University of America in Washington an unusual assignment — to consider how the design of a workspace affects mental health.
Antoni Gaudí’s legacy is being revived.
Geoffrey Keating is a fifth generation craftsman, and has a theology degree. He spoke to Crux about how he has combined those things to create truly sacred places.
Ten globally renowned architects have designed chapels for the world’s most famous architecture exhibit aimed at trying to re-establish a long-gone connection between the art world and the spiritual quest.
A new report says a government scheme to provide funds to England’s Anglican and Catholic cathedrals has significantly reduced immediate risks to the structures.
Real-world debates permeate this year’s Venice Biennale on architecture, from commemorating spaces once part of the U.S. slave trade to maintaining the delicate status quo at religious sites in the Holy Land.