Northridge Presbyterian Church
Northridge Presbyterian Church was a three-phase project consisting of a sanctuary addition, and a commons space for events, and the renovation of an existing classroom wing. The building materials and colors blend into the adjacent traditional neighborhood fabric. The sanctuary was designed around a cruciform plan, but was expressed vertically in a more modern style. A row of clerestory windows brings natural light into the interior and gives the roof a floating effect.
Work performed by Buddy Poppitt while at Good Fulton & Farrell Architects.