Symbols and language in sacred Christian architecture
Its interpretive hypothesis appropriates the Orthodox Christian perspective on church architecture. The second half of the book is a close reading of the Bible pertaining to questions on architecture being presented both historically and symbolically.
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Le Corbusier and the Mountain Cave
On the Nature of Liturgical Space
Houses Towns and The Centre Question
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