A new exhibition of secular and sacred architecture curated by the Architecture Foundation

Staged in the newly refurbished undercroft of one of London’s greatest nineteenth century churches, this exhibition will address the changing nature of sacred architecture in Britain through the presentation of 23 buildings designed in the past decade.

Henley Halebrown: Thames Christian College & Battersea Chapel, Battersea (Ongoing)

Congregation presents examples of how faith groups, faced with unsupportable maintenance costs of their existing buildings, have developed new models of survival through the integration of secular spaces.

Roz Barr Architects: Restoration and refurbishment of St Augustine's Church, Hammersmith (2018)

The selected projects capture a visible statement of Britain’s developing multi-culturalism, and explore how attitudes towards questions of tradition, reform, integration and ornamentation are expressed in a new generation of religious buildings.

Marks Barfield: Central Mosque, Cambridge (2019)

James Gorst Architects: New Temple Complex, New Lands (Ongoing)