Interfaith Design at A'20

Starts:  May 14, 2020 8:00 AM (PT)
Ends:  May 16, 2020 5:00 PM (PT)
Associated with  Interfaith Design

Interfaith Design at A'20

May 14-16, Los Angeles


Our events:

EV214 - International Religious Art and Architecture Awards Program
May 14, 7pm-9pm | JW Marriott, Plaza 1, 900 W Olympic Boulevard | Cost is $40-60 by registration date

The Faith & Form/Interfaith Design awards reception will illustrate outstanding designs that represent the best of building, space, and art on national and international levels. Religious buildings and spaces are bridges between the sacred and the secular. Sacred spaces include small chapels, large complexes, and extends on a grand scale to exterior memorials and cemeteries that openly embrace the city. Join us in celebrating the recipients of this international program!

Tickets: $40 thru March 18 | $50 thru April 15 | $60 after April 15


SA504 - Religious Art & Architecture Design Awards 
May 16, 3:30pm-4:30pm | LA Convention Center | 1 LU/RIBA

This session introduces you to award-winning projects and gives you insight from designers and jurors to inform your practice.

The Religious Art and Architecture Awards recognize design excellence with unique solutions for wildly diverse climates across five continents. The 2019 jury looked for exemplary design skill, formal, functional, and technical requirements that focused on ecological and environmental sustainability, social responsibility, and a strong sense of place. They ultimately selected nearly 30 winning projects.

Whatever the focus of your practice, these award-winning projects will offer inspiration and practical insights sure to benefit your work.


Other events you may be interested in:

ET219 - Rodes House & Award-Winning Parish of St. Matthew
May 14, 6:30am-11am | LA Convention Center Tour Departure | Cost is $95 | 2 LUs/RIBA

Enjoy a moment of solitude in the quiet setting framed by curving walls. Gaze out the windows for perfectly framed views of the parish prayer garden.

When the Parish of St. Matthew saw the destruction of their church by fire in 1978, they embraced the opportunity to come together in the act of building, planning, and designing a new place of worship for their community.


EV301 - AIA Prayer Breakfast
May 15, 7am-8am | LA Convention Center, Room 514 | $80

Nourish yourself with food and faith as you begin your morning with inspiring words from Pastor Tae Shin from the Titus 2 Ministry. Pastor Shin will show you how to discover your unique abilities and how to use these gifts in service.

Commune with colleagues and members of the AIA family over breakfast with helpings of fellowship and spiritual enrichment. These quiet moments and informal conversations will bring a human perspective to the lessons of the conference.

Previous prayer breakfast speakers have included ministry leaders, architecture professors, and bestselling novelists, all with compelling messages to help center our lives and work.