Sincerely, the best architect and artist for a religious faith is the one that shares 100% of that faith. Jews just couldn't understand Christian art, and they would make a synagogue of any church they want to build. Synagogues are completely empty of any sacred picture, so we'll have only void walls. It is a problem of their religion that they just can't portray characters from the Bible... and how could they portay Jesus himself, whom they consider an impostor, with a symbology which acknowledges him as God himself? The same for Muslims, who use to decorate their mosques with floreal motifs but are forbidden to represent living creatures (I mean animals, humans, angels and of course God himself).
The same is valid for the contrary: we are so used to Christian art (and I'm referring only to non-iconoclastic Christians of course) that an artist building a synagogue would fail to understand the absence of pictures in it. The temple is a place *taken apart* (from the Greek "temno" which means to cut off, to separate) for the divinity, and as lubeltri, Papist and I already have said, temple building is like iconography... it is a sacred art.
I think the only ones who would benefit an artistic work from a Jewish architect might be a iconoclastic Protestant church, but still I don't see how that could work. Which doesn't mean that Jewish architects aren't good artists, but just that they make wonderful synagogues, but they couldn't make a good church (this is my opinion of course). The fact that a temple is as sacred as an icon appears clearly by the fact that the church must be consecrated by a bishop, like an icon, to the matter with grace, otherwise it's just a building, exactly like icons are beautiful but useless pictures until their blessed. The work of the artist - be he iconographer or architect - should be to prepare not a piece of art, but a religious place or object... and the Church has the task to overlook the genuinity and validity of that temple or picture to become holy... which is something the Pentateuch clearly tries to transmit with all those concerns with purity, perfection and holiness.
In Christ, Alex