Thu, Sep 21|
Perspectives in Sacred Space 3: Zoroastrianism and its Architecture with Cyrus Rivetna (PAST EVENT)
Do you know about the Zoroastrian religion? Have you been to a fire temple? Join Dr. Michael Crosbie, Dr. Vanessa Avery, and award-winning guest Cyrus Rivetna AIA for a discussion about one of the world's oldest organized religions and its unique architecture.
Time & Location
Sep 21, 2023, 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM EDT
About the Event
This series, hosted by Dr. Michael Crosbie, brings in experts from the fields of architecture, spirituality, and religion to reflect on how sacred architecture provides openings and pathways for peaebuilding and inclusive community.
In this session our featured guest is architect Cyrus Rivetna, who is renowned for his deep expertise and understanding of the history and architecture of Zarathusti fire temples across Iran and India, and who was the architect for the frst ever-burning wood fire temple in North America in Houston, Texas.
What are the values and principles of Zoroastrianism? What values can we find enbedded its sacred architecure and its architectural design? We will discuss these questions and more.
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