Laura Bolondi was born in Reggio Emilia, Italy, in 1980. She has a degree in Architecture (Politecnico di Milano, 2005), a PhD in Technology and Management of Cultural Heritage (IMT Lucca, 2009) and a Master in Architecture, Sacred Art and Liturgy (Università Europea di Roma, 2010). Formerly post-doc researcher at TU Delft (the Netherlands, 2010-2012), she is co-founder of EcclesiaStudio Design for Sacred Architecture. www.ecclesiastudio.eu»
Articles by Laura Bolondi
A few years ago—more than a century after the laying of the first stone—the Sagrada Família Church in Barcelona was consecrated. It is probably the most famous example of sacred modern architecture in Europe, but it is not the only church to have been built at the end of the nineteenth century.