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Church of the Incarnation


Dallas, Texas


56,000 sq. ft.

Design Architect

HH Architects

The Church of the Incarnation, an Episcopal congregation in Dallas, was growing dramatically and in need of more space. Datum assisted the architect in creating a beautiful chapel envisioned by the church congregation. Along with a chapel, a three-story education building was included in the expansion, as well as a grand welcome center. A monumental front entry joins the three structures on the campus. Tall masonry walls and exposed timber trusses create inspiring and spiritual spaces indicative of a gothic style structure. The complex masonry work and majestic arching structures give these facilities a superior and rare quality.


2021 U.S. WoodWorks Wood Design Award for Regional Excellence