Saturday, May 07, 2005

McJayCee Architecture

A treatise on:
The Convergence of Religious and Mercantile Architecture in the Early 21th Century.

So every new retail space has a gable over the door or a pyramid in the roof line.
New built churches frequently show the like instead of a steeple.
Does this suggest that modern building practices have eliminated any chance of creativity or even differentiation? Or is it just the symbol of Mammon as a square bell tower is the symbol of Presbyterians?

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