• Share
  • Email
  • Embed
  • Like
  • Save
  • Private Content
The church architecture (1)
 

The church architecture (1)

on

  • 1,523 views

 

Statistics

Views

Total Views
1,523
Views on SlideShare
1,523
Embed Views
0

Actions

Likes
2
Downloads
56
Comments
6

0 Embeds 0

No embeds

Accessibility

Categories

Upload Details

Uploaded via as Microsoft PowerPoint

Usage Rights

© All Rights Reserved

Report content

Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel

16 of 6 previous next Post a comment

  • Full Name Full Name Comment goes here.
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Processing…
  • Beautiful presentation ! Extraordinary! Thank for sharing and congratulations. Bernard
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Processing…
  • Thanks Bob! I have watched and I signed on my hard drive. The effect of your treatment is extraordinary! I have to ask my son, maybe tell me how to do it, so that the presentation was so 'skinny'.
    I also watched a few presentations on your part, all I liked, both because of the subject matter and very careful execution. I'll keep checking there is still in a measure of my free time.
    I send my regards - Anna
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Processing…
  • Magnífico documento gráfico con deliciosa música. Muchas gracias.
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Processing…
  • Thankyou Bob :)
    Greet from Wrocław - Anna
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Processing…
  • Dear Mircea,
    Beautifully thank you for your visit and comment.
    I also admire the old churches, especially the Gothic, but I must admit that some of modern are beautiful For example, the Cathedral in Oakland. When I saw the picture of the inside of this church ... I was simply speechless with delight. Or a modern church in Tokyo ... such austere but beautiful and not distracted, you can concentrate on prayer. There are many beautiful temples, not all I put in the presentation, still discovering new ones ..
    There is one item that I miss in the new temple - the barrier. When the barrier were covered the tablecloth, I felt like on a real feast, and now - standing up ... it looks like a fast food bar:). Some kneel when receiving Holy Communion but it is difficult for older people.
    I send you greetings from Wroclaw, and have a nice weekend.
    Anna
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Processing…
Post Comment
Edit your comment

    The church architecture (1) The church architecture (1) Presentation Transcript

    • Modern churches
    • Sacral structures are not only acts of man's religiousness, but an expression of many factors, dependent on the place and time of their erection. Temples are cultural phenomena that integrate tradition with modernity.
      Further discussion of this issue in relation to the architecture of Catholic churches leads to the recognition of three - distinguishing - complementary attributes of this nature: duality, universalism, continuity. They constitute a specific character of modern Catholic churches - and enable their identification out of diverse sacral structures of other Christian creeds as well as their comprasion with the architecture of different religions. The duality of the Catholic churches architecture stems from the interwining elements of matter and transcendetalism found in their space - the reality of profanum with the reality of sacrum.Such ontological dualism is embedded in the archetypes of worship sites, determining the shape of the evolution of the sacral architecture of Christianity and setting its place in modern-postmodernist-cultural conditions. The universalism of the Catholic churches architecture is rooted in the essence of the message that Christianity has brought into our civilization. This is expressed by symbolic meanings attributed to the elements of the spatial structure of churches: the foundations, walls, pillars, roofs, spires and the light - which is the metaphysical creator of architecture.
      In the intricate mosaic of diverse concepts of the churches erected in the last half a century - starting with examples inspired by modernism, through structures built directly before the Second Vatican Council's reforms, to the temples erected at the turn of the millenium - it is difficult to indicate leading tendencies, not to mention more coherent stylistic trends. Their common features may only be detected from the perspective given by the perception of modern churches as integral elements of our cultural space.
      Excerpt from the article published in the journal: Zeszyty Naukowe. Architektura / Politechnika Śląska
      autor - J. Rabiej, Department of Architectural Design and Fine Arts, SilesianUniversity of Technology
    • Hallgrimskirkja church - Iceland
    • Saint-Pierre de Firminy Church
      Firminy, Rhône-Alps region, France
      Designer: Le Corbusier
    • Jubilee Church Dio Padre Misericordioso in Rome, Italy
      has a very dramaticarchitectural formconsisting of three concrete shells
      reminiscent of the sails of a ship.
    • Parish of the Blessed Virgin Mary - Mother of the Church
      Bialystok, Poland
    • Church of the Sacred Heart of Jesus in Kluczbork; Poland
    • Church of Our Lady of Victory - Bydgoszcz, Poland
    • Divine Mercy Shrine in Krakow-Lagiewniki, Poland
    • Modern church architecture - Maramures; Romania
    • Church of St. Jadwiga the Queen
      Wrzesnia, Poland
    • Church of Our Lady Queen of Martyrs - Bydgoszcz, Poland
    • Modern church of the Virgin Mother of the Church in Tczew, Poland
    • Church of the Holy Spirit - Wroclaw, Poland
    • Modern church of Exaltation of the Holy Cross in the Czech Republic in Chuchelná.
    • Modern church architecture – Opusztaszer; Hungary
    • Church of Saint Francis of Assisi - Wroclaw, Poland
    • Church of the Good Shepherd - Lublin, Poland
    • Church of Sts. Bogumil - Gniezno, Poland
    • Church of Sts. Roch
      Bialystok, Poland
    • Church of Sts. Roch - Bialystok, Poland
    • Church of Sts. Roch - Bialystok, Poland
    • St. Nicholas – Burnage; England
    • Church of Christ, Hope of the World, Donau City; Vienna; Austria
    • Church of Christ, Hope of the World, Donau City; Vienna; Austria
    • Church of Sts.Joseph the Worker and St. Barbara in Zgorzelec, Poland
    • St. Mary's Cathedral – Dome, San Francisco,USA
    • St. Mary's Cathedral – Tokyo; Japan
    • St. Mary's Cathedral – Tokyo; Japan
    • Heviz modern church; Hungary
    • Church of Our Lady Queen of the World in Radom, Poland
    • Church of Our Lady of Perpetual Help in Grajewo, Poland
    • Parish Church of the Holy Spirit
      in Debica, Poland
    • Church of Sts. Lawrence
      Wroclaw, Poland
    • Church of Sts. Lawrence
      Wroclaw, Poland
    • Temple at Viikki in the eastern part of Helsinki, Finland.
    • Church of the Sacred Heart - Munich, Germany
      One Building inside the another building - a real church is located inside the housing,beyond the hugegate
    • Church of the Sacred Heart - Munich, Germany
    • Divine Providence Church in StalowaWola, Poland
    • TemppeliaukioKirkko – Helsinki; Finland
    • Church of the Ascension on Ursynow, Warsaw, Poland
      The simplicity of the form goes together with significant symbolism.The cross just above the main entrancecreates evocative gates to the house of prayer.
    • Church of Christ the Redeemerin Czechowice-Dziedzice,Poland
    • Church of the Holy Cross
      in Debica, Poland
    • Orthodox church of Holy AugustinKazotic
      Zagreb, Pešćenica, Croatia
    • Church of Christ the King - Wroclaw, Poland
    • Cerkiew Świętej Trójcy w Hajnówce, Polska
    • Church of Divine Providence- Wroclaw, Poland
    • The 12-story Cathedral of Christ the Light along Lake Merritt
      in the downtown section of Oakland, Calif.
    • A Light-Filled Cathedral Radiates Hope
    • Church of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary
      Wladyslawowo, Poland
    • Parish of Our Lady Queen of Peace - Wroclaw, Poland
    • The end
      Music - W. A. Mozart; Concerto no 21 in C
      Illustrations - taken from an accessible websites
      Presentationmade by - Anna