INNER SPACE DESIGNS

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I toured Temple Isaiah this morning, another one of E. Stewart Williams’ buildings, c. 1949. (Photography isn’t permitted inside the sanctuaries, hence my exterior photo.) Although some original elements remain many have been removed, destroyed or covered up (w/ 80s aesthetics). However, young Rabbi Hurwitz is committed to restoring the Temple to its original state, from uncovering the floors to exposing original facades, re-establishing the courtyard, & repairing Yaacov Agam’s arch, which was designed in the 80s. I look forward to seeing the Temple fully restored.

I toured Temple Isaiah this morning, another one of E. Stewart Williams’ buildings, c. 1949. (Photography isn’t permitted inside the sanctuaries, hence my exterior photo.) Although some original elements remain many have been removed, destroyed or covered up (w/ 80s aesthetics). However, young Rabbi Hurwitz is committed to restoring the Temple to its original state, from uncovering the floors to exposing original facades, re-establishing the courtyard, & repairing Yaacov Agam’s arch, which was designed in the 80s. I look forward to seeing the Temple fully restored.