Architectural

Houses of Worship

 
 

Geometrica helps religious communities design and realize soul-stirring assembly spaces

 
The San Juan church in Mexico brings faith and architecture together in beautiful symphony.

The San Juan church in Mexico brings faith and architecture together in beautiful symphony.

 
 

Since ancient times religious architecture relies on soaring geometries to inspire worship and spiritual fellowship. Geometrica can help in this goal. Doing away with internal columns, a Freedome® roof structure can house even the largest congregations under a single unifying worship space. An infinite variety of structural shapes and patterns help architects and design professionals create distinctive and unique houses of prayer.

 
San Juan Bautista in Monterrey, Mexico has been referred to as a " soul-stirring structure ."

San Juan Bautista in Monterrey, Mexico has been referred to as a "soul-stirring structure."

 
 

Featuring a Geometrica Freedome of 228 x 105m span, the Glory Sanctuary in Abuja, Nigeria, hosts 100,000 faithful.

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Gallery: Houses of Worship