Framing Moments of Meaning | Pocatello Idaho Temple | Pocatello, USA

The Pocatello Idaho Temple, perched atop a hill in Idaho’s Pocatello Valley, is a stunning sight that can be seen for miles. The landscape architecture that surrounds the temple honors the significance of this place in the lives of church members.

Two-hundred-feet tall from its base to the tip of its spire, Pocatello Idaho Temple follows the classic architecture of other Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints temples, but it also introduces a streamlined, more modern style. The dramatic setting of the temple overlooking the valley “puts it on a podium,” says FFKR Senior Associate Abram Nielsen, lead landscape architect for the project.

As Nielsen considered the

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