Duncan Stroik's New Classical Architecture is cropping up in churches around the country
Duncan G. Stroik is committed to bringing beauty back to church buildings. A graduate of the University of Virginia with a master’s degree in architecture from Yale University, Stroik worked in the office of Allan Greenberg before joining the Notre Dame School of Architecture, where he helped design a new curriculum of classical architecture. He is the founder of the Institute for Sacred Architecture (and its journal, Sacred Architecture) as well as the author of The Church Building as a Sacred Place: Beauty, Transcendence and the Eternal.
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