This 65,000 s.f. home is for San Diego’s oldest and largest congregation. The facilities include a sanctuary, chapel, social hall, administration offices, and state-of-the-art educational facilities for religious pre-school and day-school.
Our team was chosen through a local design competition. The design integrates closely linked buildings situated on a 3.5-acre hillside, which evokes the feeling of the City of Jerusalem.
The east facing sanctuary seats 500 and is designed to allow the Rabbi to have a more intimate relationship with the Congregation.
Both the architecture and artwork will embody theological references to the Tabernacle, Temples and Synagogues of early Judaism.