2015 Solomon Awards

The Worship Facilities Solomon Awards recognizes churches and their partners for excellence in facilities design, building expansion or remodeling, operation excellence, innovative use, and technical production.

View 2015 Solomon Awards Winners.

All Church Architect

Church Architect
Arrowhead Church
Centered around a 700-seat auditorium, the new Arrowhead Church facility offers contemporary environments for worship, fellowship, and ministry to support the look and feel of the church culture and core values of gospel. It reflects the celebration, friendship, and intentionality that are unmistakably Arrowhead Church.

Church Architect
Body of Work with Churches
At GFF Architects, we have a studio of dedicated design professionals whose focus is exclusively on the planning and design of churches. We are very familiar with current trends and the most progressive thinking as it relates to Worship spaces, Children’s Education spaces and meaningful venues for Community Connection.

Church Architect
ChristChurch Presbyterian
ChristChurch Presbyterian Atlanta includes a sanctuary for 925 in an amphitheater form, an art gallery and lobby that extends the length of the building, 28 classrooms, and a pavilion that houses offices and a café. The courtyard entry transitions between the busy street and the contemplative character of the church.

Church Architect
Crosspoint Fellowship Church
How does a succesul church, living in two non-descript, pre-manufactured buildings, up its game while still maintaining the casual, comfortable, and non-threatening environment that supports its mission? The church’s new 13,000-square-foot facility provides the a center of life for Crosspoint with a 500-seat capacity and spacious commons.

Church Architect
CrossPointe Church
The new, 44,000-square-foot CrossPointe Church is an inspirational model of symbolism, community, and grace. The church provides expanded youth facilities for its growing young community, a welcoming gathering space with a dramatic two-story wall of windows, and an innovative design reflecting the symbolism of the church’s spiritual mission.

Church Architect
Elevation Church, University City Campus
A newly renovated 38,000-square-foot rental space in a corporate office park provides Elevation Church with a welcoming, energetic space for its rapidly growing ministry. The design serves as a prototype for new facilities as the client expands nationally.

Church Architect
Harvest at the Rex
Harvest Church selected LIVE Design Group to design a concept of their vision for occupying the historic REX Theatre in Pensacola, Florida. Then with a Kingdom focus, the firm put the church’s goals first, and helped select a local architect to complete the project.

Church Architect
Harvest New Beginnings
Carlson Architecture’s worship center addition design included a 1,300-seat multi-use worship space and a naturally lit gathering space with welcome center and café for pre- and post-service fellowship. The addition nearly doubled the current facility complex and met the need for bringing the congregation together in fewer services.

Church Architect
Harvester Christian Church
Harvester Christian Church needed a dynamic and larger worship center to replace its existing Sprung structure. Visioneering Studios Inc. helped Harvester create a world-class, 1,200-seat venue that will serve as the hub for future campus renovations and expansion as they help people on their journey of faith.

Church Architect
Red Rocks Church
Red Rocks needed an adaptive reuse of its new Lakewood facility in order to create space for their worship center, café, children’s ministry, and offices. Visioneering utilized much of the existing bones to create an environment in which the spatial storytelling is refreshingly relevant.

Church Architect
Roopville Road Baptist Church
Designers created a new sanctuary and education building for Roopville Road Baptist Church. This building contains 54,000 square feet of space and provides for future growth. The two-story, 1,200-seat sanctuary is accented with stone and wood creating a warm and welcoming environment. A well lit cupola designates the covered entry.