Where Is The House You Will Build For Me?
|dc.date.accessioned||2007-01-22 14:17:19 (GMT)|
|dc.date.available||2007-01-22 14:17:19 (GMT)|
|dc.description.abstract||The adaptive reuse of secular buildings as churches signals a return to the fundamental belief that architecture is not necessary for Christian worship. Following are the stories and photographs of fifteen churches in the Greater Toronto Area where congregations worship inside buildings designed for non-religious purposes. These photographs document the utilitarian architecture of secular buildings as a backdrop to the act of worship and fellowship that have become the sole embodiment and expression of faith. While the stories behind these churches testify to the adaptability of Christian worship and the power of faith and community during times of economic struggle, they also ask us to reconsider our role as architects in the relationship between architecture and faith.||en|
|dc.publisher||University of Waterloo||en|
|dc.title||Where Is The House You Will Build For Me?||en|
|uws-etd.degree.department||School of Architecture||en|
|uws-etd.degree||Master of Architecture||en|