Houses of Religions

Houses of ReligionsHouses of Religions

Martin Rötting

Houses of Religions are a new phenomenon in urban settings and promise to create a space with religious meaning for everyone in the city; or at least, to be much more than an ecumenical chapel, a church, a synagogue, a temple or a mosque.

Projects of Houses and Centers around the globe have contributed to this volume: Bern, Hannover, Berlin, Vienna, Stockholm, Munich, London, New York, Jerusalem, Taipei and Abu Dhabi.

Theoretical attempts to understand Houses of Religions and their creation of meaning within multicultural societies set the final accord.

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