"Ohel Aharon" at the Technion in Haifa. Combines tradition and innovation. Eli Singalovski

When Secular Architects Design Jewish Houses of Worship

It’s rare to find marvelously aesthetic houses of worship in the Jewish world, but there are some exceptions to the rule

In contrast to Christianity, Judaism is not perceived as having inspired beautiful buildings; Jewish religious structures are more often regarded as merely functional.

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