Apollo 13 Space Capsule recycled and then following it, God only knows what space junk fell from outerspace:
Apart from good architects going wild and not knowing the theology of how to build a good Catholic Church, there is also the problem with lax rules concerning the sanctuary design and what should be incorporated into a Catholic Church.
For example in pre-Vatican II times, it was required that the main altar be up at least three steps from the main level of the sanctuary, that there would be an altar railing clearly distinguishing the sanctuary from the nave and even where the placement of statues should be in terms of location. For example Mary's statue is always on the "gospel" side of the Church unless and image of Christ, especially as the Sacred Heart is present, then the Blessed Mother goes to the Epistle side of the Church and the Sacred Heart statue to the Gospel side. Saint Joseph, when there is no Sacred Heart Statue is to the Epistle side of the altar.
As well, the so-called "Benedictine Altar Arrangement" which is actually the "pre-Vatican II altar arrangement" was mandated by general liturgical law as was the use of some kind of corona above the altar no matter how beautiful or elaborate or minimalist. Of course the baldachin is the most obvious of coronas.
It is good that Rome has a Masters program for architects to learn how to properly build Catholic Churches. I think Notre Dame in Indiana does as well.