Spiritual and religious spaces signify the value and importance of faith and connection at the heart of a community.
In a changing global context, the design, status and use of places of worship evolves to reflect the diverse needs of a wider public. Faith spaces are reimagined to foster a culture of mutuality and engagement, facilitating the growth of social capital.
John McAslan CBE and Aidan Potter of John McAslan + Partners are joined by Sophia de Sousa and The Revd The Lord Griffiths to discuss the way in which communities are shaped socially and culturally through shared spaces, values and connections.
Date: Tuesday, 28 February 2017 from 18.00 to 19.00
Venue: The Great Room
The RSA, 8 John Adam St
London, WC2N 6EZ
John McAslan CBE, Chairman, John McAslan + Partners
Aidan Potter, Design Director, John McAslan + Partners
The Revd The Lord Griffiths, Superintendent Minister at Wesley’s Chapel, London
Sophia de Sousa, Chief Executive, The Glass-House Community Led Design
Chair: Matthew Taylor, RSA Chief Executive