Mundane Mondays: St. Paul Lutheran Church, Albuquerque, NM

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Today’s entry is from a new state for Mid-Century Mundane, New Mexico. Submitted by reader Brigid H. is St. Paul Lutheran Church from 1971.

The structure features swooping brick walls interspersed with narrow windows. It’s a severe yet dynamic facade and the interior evokes a similar feeling as seen in this photo.  The church was designed by Flatow and Moore, prolific local architects. More information on the firm can be found here.

A great inventory of mid-century architecture in the city is Albuquerque Modernism. Definitely worth a visit, as is this government survey of local resources (PDF).

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