A gateway to prayer

Gaskie, M.
January 1990
Architectural Record;Jan1990, Vol. 178 Issue 1, p124
Trade Publication
Describes the design of the Gates of the Grove Synagogue in East Hampton, New York, designed by architect Norman Jaffe. Focuses on the synagogue's natural setting, natural materials, and natural light.


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