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Sacred Places - SCUP

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This presentation was given by Earl Broussard at the Recent SCUP conference in Memphis.

This presentation was given by Earl Broussard at the Recent SCUP conference in Memphis.


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  • Altar
  • Altar
  • University of Virginia
  • Thomas Jefferson Story – University of Virginia
  • Play with this image – cambridge commons
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  • Redo this image - LSU
  • Traditions at Texas Tech
  • TTU public art
  • Fall color
  • Consistent ceremonial space
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    • 1. Sacred Places Designing for Memories
    • 2. Awe /Beauty
    • 3. Let’s get personal
    • 4. What’s your altar?
    • 5. What’s your altar?
    • 6. Jefferson
    • 7. Monticello
    • 8. The Evolving Campus
    • 9. The Common
    • 10. Academic Village
    • 11. Disproportional Influence
    • 12. College Means: (con = “together” + lego = “ I Choose”)
    • 13. Heart: Hero’s Quest
    • 14. Soul: Love
    • 15. Why sacred?
    • 16. Sacred: Purpose + Experience = Pathos Religious – religio (reconnect)
    • 17. Purpose
    • 18. Experience
    • 19. Mood
    • 20. Ralph Waldo Emerson
    • 21. When does a space become sacred?
    • 22. Macro Culture Meaning/Defining Activity Membership/Self-Awareness Re-Creation/Impact Aesthetic/Real Ethnography
    • 23. Macro Culture Hunter Gatherer…..Group Agriculture…...........Personal Labor Consumer……………Buying Knowledge………….Understanding Age of Paradox……? Defining Activity
    • 24. The Age of Paradox results from the Abolition of Context. Context describes both the collectively defined socioeconomic system and the rules that define it. Age of Paradox
    • 25. Defining Activity
    • 26. Connectivity
    • 27. Macro Culture Hunter Gatherer….Tribes Agriculture…………Family Consumer…………..Hierarchy Knowledge…………Networks Age of Paradox……? Memberships
    • 28. Memberships
    • 29. Neo-Tribes New Neo-Tribes
    • 30. Old Neo-Tribes
    • 31. Macro Culture Hunter Gatherer…Storytelling Agriculture………..Socializing Consumer………….Belonging Knowledge………..Viewing Age of Paradox…..? Re-Creation/Impact
    • 32. Re-Creation/Impact
    • 33. Being
    • 34. Macro Culture Hunter Gatherer…..Animal Gods Agriculture………….Nature Gods Consumer…………...Enlightenment Knowledge………….Awareness Age of Paradox…….? Aesthetic
    • 35. Aesthetic
    • 36. Fascination as Inspiration
    • 37. Where does this happen?
    • 38. Ritual Processional Prospect Refuge Ritual Types of Sacred Spaces
    • 39. Ritual or Ceremonial Space : Sacred
    • 40. Affinity to the organization
    • 41. Processional or Exploring Space
    • 42. Gateway
    • 43. Movem ent Movement
    • 44. Events
    • 45. Water
    • 46. Garden
    • 47. Stone
    • 48. Art
    • 49. Prospect-Dominant Sacred Space
    • 50. Bonding
    • 51. Refuge Personal Sacred Space –
    • 52. Reflection
    • 53. Revealing
    • 54. CAMPUS OPEN SPACES - SACRED SPACES Existing campus  conditions: There are a variety of Open  Space Typologies. Are we taking full advantage of  these landscapes? Are there other potential open  spaces that we could utilize? Ritual or Ceremonial Space Processional – Exploring Space Prospect – Dominant Sacred Refuge – Personal Sacred
    • 55. PUBLIC ART / FOCAL ELEMENTS Potential  opportunities include: • Art • Donor/Memorial Spaces • Gathering Spaces
    • 56. LANDSCAPE HIERARCHY Where do we focus our dollars  and maintenance efforts for  maximum effect. How might this plan evolve  with the master plan?
    • 57. 1941
    • 58. “We shape our buildings, and afterwards our buildings shape us.” Winston Churchill
    • 59. Thought Community
    • 60. Vision is the art of seeing things invisible -Jonathan Swift Designing for Memories