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Discussion on The Structural Design and Construction of Two Bahá'í Houses of Worship by Dr. A.R. Flint, Mr. D.I. Cooper and Mr. S. Naharoy

Mr C. R. Macdonald (Secretary-General, National Bahá’'í Assembly of the United Kingdom): The Bahá’'ís have very good reason to be grateful to the Flint & Neill Partnership who have, I suppose, become specialists in the construction of Bahá’'í temples. There will of course be many more. Each of the 148 national Bahá’'í Councils has an earmarked temple site, and each one of those will be the mother Bahá’'í temple of that particular country, so one can visualise a succession of Bahá’'í temples mushrooming in the future, and I hope that Flint & Neill will be associated with many of them.