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Temple Kehillat Chaim-

Roswell, GA United States

Randall-Paulson Architects, Incoporated


Project Description

Located in the historic district of Roswell, this Reform Jewish Synagogue hoped to maximize its small 2.5-acre site with careful master planning and required a design that would blend with the surrounding buildings of this historic-minded community.

The campus master plan developed for the religious school space allowed for the eventual replacement of the existing church structures with a new sanctuary, social hall, and administrative offices. RPA collaborated with another team to create a unique interior design.

Phase I, a 14,600 sf Social Hall and Classroom Building, established an appropriate identity for the congregation without being overly traditional. Facilities included:

• Twelve classrooms, including

preschool program

• Social Hall with commercial


• New playground

• Renovated offices

• Expanded parking


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