Design by Henry Lape and Saeed Granfar | House of Worship in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea


Design by CUNA | House of Worship in Norte del Cauca, Colombia

The first Haziratu’l-Quds for the Baha’is of India and Pakistan was inaugurated by Mrs Keith Ransom Kehler in Karachi in 1932. The land had been named Shoghi gardens.

Design by Mears and Geddes | Proposed House of Worship at Allahabad, India (1919)

Design by Maziar Behrooz | Short-listed design for Chile Temple, 2004

Concept, architecture, construction of the next Baha’i House of Worship in Chile

Design by Harold Stoner | San Francisco Baha’i Center | Photo by Scott Cox

Design by Robarts Architecture | School of Nations, Macau

Architecture by Stuart McKenzie Hall | Tasmania BCL | Photo: ABC

Drawn by Quinlan Terry | Quinlan and Francis Terry LLP


Architecture by Fariborz Sahba | Photo by Paul Ancheta

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Computer Animation by Mark Davies | Architecture by Siamak Hariri | Chile Temple


Interior Cladding Design by Alfred Shaw | Photography by Sean Scully


Architecture by Hossein Amanat | Building Plans and Photographs


Architecture by Louis Bourgeois | Photography by Giant Ginkgo


Photography by Shahriar Erfanian


Architecture by Siamak Hariri | BWNS Multimedia