Amanda Iglesias is an architectural designer at Robert A.M. Stern Architects in New York City, where she is pursuing licensure and working in the firm’s single-family residential studio. She holds a BA in Studio Art from Wheaton College, a Master's in Architecture from Yale University, and a Master's of Philosophy in Architecture and Urban Studies from the University of Cambridge. Her research examines the role of ecclesiastical architecture in rebuilding identity and consensus after a time of collective duress: from Christopher Wren’s iconic churches in the context of post-Fire London to the modern church building movement of postwar Germany, Denmark, and the American Midwest. Her writing has been published by Architecture Today, the New York Review of Architecture, and Christianity Today. She serves on a Partners for Sacred Places advisory board that connects dance and theater groups with underutilized historic sacred spaces throughout New York City. She likes to document her favorite churches via @iglesiasproject.
Last Updated: 09/19/2022
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