The Optimists’ Manifesto
Author name: Muhamad Naqshbandi
Instagram account: imuhamad__
Whether rendered in an airport, hospital, or university campus, it is evident that today’s multi-faith spaces are not governed by Sacred architectural design methods. It is therefore detrimental to employ proper methods of design to satiate the embedded religious archetypes within society. To amend the relationship between anti-religious architecture and religious people, the multi-faith space paradigm must be designed with architectural reverence. The Optimists’ Manifesto seeks to establish the marginalized religious believer and non-religious user within society, along with attaining prominence of harmony between the sacred and the profane.