Monday, March 4, 2013

Tiny little ecumenical town

Jennifer Heaton and Nathan Stohlmann recently put on a micropolis display at a local library. The reason to note it here is that they included several religious structures. My favorite is Jennifer's Hindu temple, with the riot of color reflective of many real temples, but we also see a mosque, a Buddhist temple, a traditional cathedral, and a synagogue. Thanks, Peter, for the tip, and for the correction.


  1. That last one is a synagogue, in the Brutalist style that was popular (at least among architects) in the 1960s and 70s.

  2. Thanks, Peter. I've corrected the post.