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Sacred Modernity by Jamie McGregor Smith

A project in Vienna, Austria by Jamie McGregor Smith
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A photographic book exploring the mid-century movement in holy modernist architecture.
Backers: 154
Average Pledge Per Backer: €85

Funded: €13,057 of €11,800
Dates: May 31st -> Jul 1st (32 days)
Project By: Jamie McGregor Smith
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Latest News

We Reached Our Goal!

June 29th - via: kickstarter.com
Sacred Modernity is Fully Funded! Wow, we did! Thank you so much to everyone of you who has back the project. I really could not have done this without you. This means the book WILL be going into production and I can not wait to send you all the... (Read More)

Archdaily Publish 'Sacred Modernity' Article

June 28th - via: kickstarter.com
Archdaily: An Exploration of the Modernist Movement in Mid-Century Holy Architecture Very happy to have the project published on Archdaily, which has a huge following amongst the design and architecture industry. Interesting and well written article... (Read More)

Ö1 Radio Austria Broadcast 'Sacred Modernity' Interview

June 27th - via: kickstarter.com
What a fantastic way to wake up and enjoy a cup of coffee! This morning Austria's No.1 cultural radio station Ö1 broadcast an interview about the 'Sacred Modernity' project. It was part of their flagship culture show Leporello. You can listen to the... (Read More)

Sacred Modernity Project featured in Fast Company Magazine

June 23rd - via: kickstarter.com
I'm very excited to share the news I was interviewed last week by Fast Company Magazine. You can read the full interview here.. https://www.fastcompany.com/90762038/these-catholic-churches-in-europe-are-unlike-anything-youve-seen-before Thank you... (Read More)

Sacred Modernity is a Kickstarter 'Project We Love'!

June 2nd - via: kickstarter.com
Just received the incredible news that Kickstarter has chosen my campaign as a 'Project We Love'. I'm really honoured that they have given their seal of approval and its given me a boost of enthusiasm to see the campaign succeed. Big thank you to all... (Read More)

Wallpaper* Magazine feature the 'Sacred Modernity' photographic story on their homepage.

May 31st - via: kickstarter.com
Fantstic to learn Wallpaper* Magazine have today featured my photographs and story on their hompage. Huge thank you to Jonathan Bell and the team at Wallpaper for sharing the work. "Sacred Modernity – McGregor Smith’s forthcoming book of modern... (Read More)

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