cox graae + spack architects designed the relocated Western Presbyterian Church in Washington, DC. After sixty years of worship in it’s original downtown location, the church accepted an offer from the International Monetary Fund to exchange its property for an entirely new church built on a nearby site. The new 400-seat sanctuary is a faithful replication of the original worship space incorporating new technologies but still evocating the American Arts and Crafts era. The new structure also features an administrative wing, classrooms, meeting rooms, a 250-seat multi-purpose room, a reception hall, underground parking, and a serene inner courtyard.