Joseph Clark traces the parallels between corporate-organization and the American Megachurch in “Infrastructure for Souls.” Several things are interesting – for one Clark does a fantastic job of historical context. The other is the subtext of specific architectural form, and the unique ability of the Megachurch to take space in the types of disused buildings that otherwise would remain vacant. Check the essay in full at Triple Canopy.
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