Cochlin Hall-Patch Architects
British practice Cochlin Hall-Patch Architects'design for a temple for the Baha'i National Spiritual Assembly in Chile is one of four schemes being considered following an international competition.The scheme, for a site 25 miles south of the capital Santiago, reflects the Baha'i's belief in the oneness of all faiths, with nine interlocking forms representing the nine major world religions. The four-strong shortlist also includes one US, one Australian and one Canadian practice.
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