Duncan Stroik is a professor of architecture at the University of Notre Dame, editor of Sacred Architecture Journal, with an architectural practice that focuses on sacred architecture.
Small-duct, central air conditioning systems.
Most modern people (if they are not trained as modernist architects) have imbibed the idea that architectural consistency is the highest form of order. But what if the additions are ugly, falling down or inhospitable?
Dissecting the myth of the 20-acre rule for designing new churches.