Is Sacred Architecture only limited to the religious or spiritual buildings?

Updated: Jul 22, 2019

I have worked on designing many buildings and spaces, in working with remarkable people and organizations who seek deeper connections to their working or living environments and also amazing spaces that interact wonderfully with Nature.

During those times, I realized that including sacredness in their working or living environments brings harmony and balance. I have looked up the dictionary to find out what sacred means - 2 words stand out for me - divine and angelic. How beautiful the building or space could be, especially, in corporate offices, educational buildings for children, community buildings, or home to hold the energy of angels and divine. It will sustain occupants' energy. It will uplifts their spirits.