Temple Sinai by
Alexander Gorlin Architects

The expansion and renovation of this 1950s synagogue on Long Island reconfigures the existing building to reflect the congregation’s changing needs.  The 34,000 square foot complex houses pre-K through 12th grade educational facilities as well as religious and administrative spaces that no longer is large enough to serve the community.  Our design seeks to create a greater sense of coherence within the building by grouping areas for similar activities into distinct sections.  An 11,000 square foot addition provides new classrooms, a chapel, main hall and multi-purpose space.

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