September 23, 2008

Holy Urbanism – MONU calls for submissions.

Inflatable church, by a Dutch manufacture of Inflatables.

The one thing that all religions on our planet have in common is their distinction between the holy and the profane. All religions appear to be organized as systems of beliefs with distinctive practices and all have built structures in relation to things holy. And those distinctive practices and structures have always shaped our cities in a profound way. (Monu)

Monu invites uncompromising texts, untamed speculations, refined analysis, bold photography, and heroic projects on the topic "Holy Urbanism" for our next issue of MONU (end of November 2008).