The Toilet in Church

I randomly decided to attend a lecture at the Provo library last night with my good pal Amb-lou. Jared Doxey, the head of architecture and engineering for the LDS church spoke on green building design in church architecture. I thought it was pretty fascinating to hear the exact reasoning behind the width of the wall studs and bathroom tiles which are used in church construction and how energy efficiency (along with financial feasibility) is considered in almost every aspect of the design. Plus it wouldn't be a good town hall open forum if we didn't get to hear plenty of random and off topic questions and exclamations from the audience (gotta love the guy who decided to interrupt a lecture to share a detailed description of the solar panels on his house.)


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