Greek Orthodox Monastery of the Theotokos the Life Giving Spring, Dunlap, CA (Panos Fiorentinos)

Professional 3D Architectural Models by Panos Fiorentinos

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“25 years of model building experience has led me to believe that models bring an architects vision to reality. Models shape the design of buildings, stimulate the imagination of the client, and are an effective sales tool. I have helped many design professionals reach their goal of design excellence through the use of models, and I can help you too.


My experience building architectural models can be applied at all phases of your design project. Whether you’re looking for a model to help you develop a design, or a highly detailed model to raise project funding….. View my projects below; click a category listing to automatically navigate to that section.”



Panos Fiorentinos has also published a book: Ecclesia: Greek Orthodox Churches of the Chicago Metropolis

Ecclesia: Greek Orthodox Churches of the Metropolis of Chicago This handsome volume presents a comprehensive documentary review of parishes across the Metropolis of Chicago. The richness of the Greek-American experience comes alive in this diverse offering of personal stories, beautiful full-color photographs and introductory articles that explain in the internal structure, symbolism and significance of church interiors and designs, as well as the communities that brought them into existence. This book is a sure conversation starter, appealing to those who have never been into an orthodox church, as well as those who want to share their faith with their friends and relatives. Fiorentinos’ photographic journey through the entire Greek Orthodox Metropolis of Chicago encompasses six states—Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Minnesota, Missouri, and Wisconsin—containing 59 churches. Through more than 400 of his richly-colored photographs, he captivates the reader with the unique beauty and rich tradition of the Greek Orthodox Church as developed in these communities over the course of more than 100 years. Based on personal interviews with dozens of priests and parishioners, the establishment and growth of these churches are documented for the first time in one place. In addition to showcasing each of these churches through photographs and text, ECCLESIA provides context through scholarly essays on the Greek Orthodox Church’s architecture, fundamental beliefs and history, as well as the meaning of its icons and symbols.

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