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Posted by  Agnostic Anyone? on November 20, 2003 at 08:39:13:

Interfaith Sacred Space Design Competition
Is genuine interfaith space possible? What might a space designed to accommodate the needs of all faiths look like?

The Interfaith Sacred Space Design Competition asks applicants to design a space in which "Buddhists, Christians, Hindus, Jews, Muslims, pagans and followers of hundreds of other traditions would feel comfortable enough to practice their faith and share it with others open to observing or participating with them".

The international competition is open to architects, artists, landscape architects, scholars, students, and others interested in the design challenge. It is an exciting opportunity, and the competition kit on the website is a wonderful collection of helpful information and bibliographies. The deadline is in January 2004 and the competition is open to anyone.

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