The Catholic University of America

 

Timothy Farina

 

Timothy Farina (Architecture, Class of 2018) wrote "Santiago de Compostela: Architectural innovation and urban intervention in response to the phenomenon of pilgrimage" under the supervision of Miriam Gusevich for History of Architecture II and presented it at Research Day 2016.

Timothy Farina is currently a junior at Catholic University in the School of Architecture and Planning. He is trained in the art of oil painting and has a deep love for both art and architecture. Interested in the relationship between spirituality and the arts, he partook in a research endeavor his freshman year to explore Marian theology and art. He has studied liturgical art and architecture in Rome. He is also interested in architecture as a platform for social justice, and has worked with Catholic Charities to mitigate housing problems at the US Mexico Border. Timothy is recognized by the Tau Sigma Delta Honor Society for students of architecture as distinguished in the field of design. Timothy is planning to pursue a career in sacred architecture through his continued education at the Catholic University.

 

Santiago de Compostela: Architectural innovation and urban intervention in response to the phenomenon of pilgrimage