For centuries, the goal of design and architecture was to create physical and sacred locations for the faithful. Now, religious or “faithful” designers are outwardly and publicly few and far between.
Faith in Design gathered graduate students and practitioners together to discuss how religion and design can coexist. How can we bridge the divide between our (secular) design lives and our religious lives?
This event was geared to graduate design students but open to others interested in the intersection of design and religion.
GSD Christian Fellowship and Jewish Students of Design (JewSD) worked together to create packaging, a website, and social media identity for the event.