A Mid-mod Chicago Synagogue - reimagined for today, by Studio ST Architects. The Skokie Valley Synagogue renovation transformed the sanctuary, built in 1963, from a dark and formal space to an ethereal, light filled and ADA accessible room for communal prayer.
Skokie Valley Synagogue Renovation
Studio ST Architects
8825 E. Prairie Road, Skokie, IL 60076, USA
Andrew Bruah, Kendall McCaugherty
Architect of Record: Auerbach Architects. Ark and Judaica Design: Amy Reichert Design
Acoustical Engineer: Aercoustics
17,400 ft², total, 5,500 ft² renovated area
Goodfriend Magruder Structure LLC
Environmental & MEP
Calor Design Group Ltd.
Twenty 9, Inc.
Stone Source porcelain tiles: Floor tiles: “Artwork Neutral 00” matte, Wall tiles: “I Colori Bianco” matte. Caesarstone countertops. Sauder Worship chairs. Custom frosted glass mechitza with Hebrew text, cut and etched by 3Form. Prime Architectural Metal and Glass curtain wall system and skylight. Custom-built Torah ark and reading table by Amy Reichert Design. Acoustical Surfaces acoustic panels
Skokie Valley Agudath Jacob Synagogue
Religious › Synagogue