Our recent discussions on this blog over the Crystal Cathedral / "Christ Cathedral" moved a reader to alert us to the following pictures of a Greek Orthodox church in Cyprus, dedicated to St. Barnabas the Apostle and located in Dasupoulis (Dasoupoleos), Nicosia. It was built in the 1970's and is said to be the only church of this type in the island-nation.
These pictures were taken during today's Divine Liturgy in this church by the visiting Patriarch of Moscow. (Link to photogallery.) Click on the pictures to enlarge.
What do you think, dear readers? Could something similar be done for "Christ Cathedral", along the lines of the artistic traditions of the Latin Rite?
(Rorate note: this post is solely about the question of adapting modern architectural forms to traditional sacred art and architecture. No anti-Catholic polemics will be permitted from Orthodox readers.)