The Raymond G. Perelman Center for Jewish Life is a communal home at Drexel University  Jewish and Life... so intimately intertwined... so deeply rooted... so rich in knowledge... This is a space to create a continuing community of Jewish values through meeting, learning, ceremony and ritual. The building is organized on four interconnected levels.

1. Support (services)
2. Action (community)
3. Formation (learning)
4. Worship (divinity)

Firm: Stanley Saitowitz | Natoma Architects
Role: Lead Project Designer / Manager

Location: Philadelphia, PA
Size: 16,000 SF
Type: Religious / Instituitonal
Client: Drexel University

2017 AIA SF Honor Award
Dezeen Article
ArchDaily Article
Architect Magazine Article
Inga Safron Review Phildadelphia Inquirer