Category Archives: Religious

Prince Spears Legacy of Local Building to the Black Communities

In the early 20th century, a black man had a successful career in Georgetown and Goldsboro as an architect, builder and brick mason. Georgetown and Goldsboro were black settlements now incorporated into the city limits of Sanford, FL. Goldsboro was … Continue reading

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Ronchamp Modeled At This Year’s BIM BAM BOOM

AIA Orlando’s 2nd year for BIM BAM BOOM proposed quite a challenge for the software teams. Each team was tasked with creating a 3D model file in 3 hours, showcasing their software capabilities, based on the historic Ronchamp, France church … Continue reading

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Interfaith Chapel UNF, 2014 Merit Award

A competition for a difficult program, a chapel to support a variety of diverse religious practices, was held by the University of North Florida. A religious shape recognized by one faith, may be irritating for a different religious group to … Continue reading

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‘A Place for Grace’ helps Osceola homeless

Gilbert Exposition Management Services (GEMS), a company that has embodied the notion of enhancing the lives of people in their community will be providing their expert services to the AIA Florida Convention this year. AIA Florida is proud to partner … Continue reading

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Religious Architecture of Orlando

The following piece was written by Richard Reep for a local periodical but not published.  It is offered here for your reading enjoyment. In this era of late capitalism, nearly all activities seem driven by profit.  For architects, money makes … Continue reading

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