New Church Building

New Church Building

robertLEEarchitects is excited to announce the design of a new church building – Bahamas Harvest Church. Like the ministry, the building is designed to grow God’s kingdom using a contemporary style that is modern and dynamic. But the design is also cost effective. It is a simple rectangular box that utilizes local materials and a pre-engineered steel building.

For more information about this project or how to design a new church building, contact robertLEEarchitects using the contact section to the right. Published by Robert Lee, April 15, 2015.

New Church Building – Bahamas Harvest Church

– 60,000 square foot new church building will be near Nassau, Bahamas. While the overall shape is a cost effective rectangular box, design features add interest and attraction. These include a curved overhang or circular ceiling elements. The design is contemporary but also comfortable for Bahamians.robertLEEarch-New Church-Auditorium

– Three stories with youngest children on the ground floor and access to an indoor and outdoor playground. The elementary children on the second floor with a themed play area, auditorium, and breakout rooms. The teen ministry is on the second and third floor with dynamic two story hang-out area and large auditorium.

– 1500 seat sanctuary includes a large stage for Christian concerts or theatre productions. Full multi-media capabilities includes special lighting and light effects, large video screens, TV production studio.

– Full children’s programming with themed designs by Little Mountain Productions (click here for link to their webpage). Children and Teen auditoriums seat hundreds. Play and hang out areas are designed to engage and grow Bahamian youth. Each space is designed to encourage interaction between youth and mentors.

– To engage and hang out for all ages, there are specially designed Café/Coffee shop, outdoor patios with BBQ pit, a basketball court, and meeting gardens for large and small groups.


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