"From a planning point of view the Church is introverted. It complements itself instead of complementing the community."
Jack DeBartolo II, FAIA is a world-renowned architect who has been an active architect for over 50 years. His roots go back to the founding of Anderson DeBartolo Pan, Inc. and his father-son private practice, DeBartolo Architects. In this interview Jack discusses the things he's learned from working as an architect for churches, intentionally creating community, facility utilization, finding sacredness in buildings, and he gives us his encouragement to young pastors and architects as they look ahead.