The Catholic University of America

FACULTY

Michael Gick

LECTURER

Principal and founder of Morgan Gick McBeath & Associates, Michael Gick is a Faculty Associate teaching a theory course on sacred architecture (Design of Religious Space).  As an architect, Mr. Gick has designed churches, synagogues, chapels and sacred spaces throughout the Washington region.   With strong references to 5,000 year of history as well as recent examples in Catholic, Protestant and Jewish worship spaces, his course offers students an in depth knowledge of past and contemporary sacred space.  Mr. Gick holds a Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Notre Dame and a Masters of Philosophy in Urban Design and Regional Planning from the University of Edinburgh.  Mr. Gick is a member of IFRAA and serves on its advisory board in Virginia.