Religious Architecture Design Overview

As an architect and interior church designer the following architectural design elements define the creation of successful Religious Architecture Design, as stated by Domenic Sicari Associates. This demands the understanding of different important elements by the church architect or church designer. A church is more than just a building; it is an environment, which will have a direct impact with congregation and preachers. Religious experiences will be associated with the design and functionality of the church. Domenic Sicari Associates approach includes unique and often highly specialized requirements of the following:

Specific programming of the church includes the type of church design and the type of religion associated with the church. What works for one religion may not work for another religion. In some cases the church may require a function hall or classrooms as part as of the plans. The size of the church is also dependent on all of the above variables.

All of these church design elements and design planning have a major impact on how the congregation and preachers will react and behave in the church.

The different parts of the church design will have different components. These will include the following:

Reception and waiting areas, sanctuary, class rooms, kitchen, dining areas, function areas, library, study halls, and book store, etc.

It is this attention to architectural and interior design that when combined with all of the above-mentioned items, will become a treasured school building for many future years.