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The Structural Design and Construction of Two Bahá'í Houses of Worship

Two Houses of Worship recently constructed for the Bahá’i Faith in Western Samoa and India are examples of integration of structure and architecture. A.R. Flint, D.I. Cooper and S. Naharoy