The Beth Sholom Synagogue holds two worship spaces: the Main Sanctuary in the upper part of the building under its soaring glass roof, and the Sisterhood Sanctuary immediately below, which accommodates more intimate gatherings. As in many of Frank Lloyd Wright’s works, geometric motifs, colors, and textures are repeated throughout the building to create a powerful design unity. In this sampling of views, you will find Wright’s “Mt. Sinai wrought in modern materials.” Concrete, steel, and glass are finished with the golden tones of bronze and desert sand, the matte silver hue of aluminum, and dramatic touches of the architect’s signature red. Triangles and hexagons are found throughout the building in both two- and three-dimensional elements.