Building the House of God is an extraordinary task. There are different shades of the extraordinary. These nuances stem from the diversity of religions, from the diversity of situations, from local spiritual and physical differences.
I have had the grace of designing churches for many different religions and at substantially different locations. The church building represents a living body that grows out of the earth and opens up into the sky, with the part above the ground descending from the sky and also reaching up into it. All of the above applies to the churches I design, regardless of which religion they are built for.
Because God the creator and sustainer is one.