Temple Beth Shalom

Cary, North Carolina

This new synagogue was designed to be built in two phases in order to be responsive to young growing congregation that started by renting space in a church and has experienced steady growth due to Jewish families moving into the “Research Triangle” in the Raleigh-Durham area. In the first phase, the 5,200 s.f. of space includes classrooms, offices and a social hall for multi-purpose use and satisfies the current spacial and budgetary needs.  It was necessary to design these spaces with a sensitivity to the future construction of Phase II, which includes an expansion of the social hall, a gallery space at the entrance and a sunset terrace. The exterior space is landscaped to offer a continuity of the design from Phase I to the exterior contemplative garden. The project was a joint effort between The Ives Group Architect/Planners and Callori Architects.

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