Sacred Places - SCUP

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    1. 1. Sacred Places Designing for Memories
    2. 2. Awe /Beauty
    3. 3. Let’s get personal
    4. 4. What’s your altar?
    5. 5. What’s your altar?
    6. 6. Jefferson
    7. 7. Monticello
    8. 8. The Evolving Campus
    9. 9. The Common
    10. 10. Academic Village
    11. 11. Disproportional Influence
    12. 12. College Means: (con = “together” + lego = “ I Choose”)
    13. 13. Heart: Hero’s Quest
    14. 14. Soul: Love
    15. 15. Why sacred?
    16. 16. Sacred: Purpose + Experience = Pathos Religious – religio (reconnect)
    17. 17. Purpose
    18. 18. Experience
    19. 19. Mood
    20. 20. Ralph Waldo Emerson
    21. 21. When does a space become sacred?
    22. 22. Macro Culture Meaning/Defining Activity Membership/Self-Awareness Re-Creation/Impact Aesthetic/Real Ethnography
    23. 23. Macro Culture Hunter Gatherer…..Group Agriculture…...........Personal Labor Consumer……………Buying Knowledge………….Understanding Age of Paradox……? Defining Activity
    24. 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. 25. Defining Activity
    26. 26. Connectivity
    27. 27. Macro Culture Hunter Gatherer….Tribes Agriculture…………Family Consumer…………..Hierarchy Knowledge…………Networks Age of Paradox……? Memberships
    28. 28. Memberships
    29. 29. Neo-Tribes New Neo-Tribes
    30. 30. Old Neo-Tribes
    31. 31. Macro Culture Hunter Gatherer…Storytelling Agriculture………..Socializing Consumer………….Belonging Knowledge………..Viewing Age of Paradox…..? Re-Creation/Impact
    32. 32. Re-Creation/Impact
    33. 33. Being
    34. 34. Macro Culture Hunter Gatherer…..Animal Gods Agriculture………….Nature Gods Consumer…………...Enlightenment Knowledge………….Awareness Age of Paradox…….? Aesthetic
    35. 35. Aesthetic
    36. 36. Fascination as Inspiration
    37. 37. Where does this happen?
    38. 38. Ritual Processional Prospect Refuge Ritual Types of Sacred Spaces
    39. 39. Ritual or Ceremonial Space : Sacred
    40. 40. Affinity to the organization
    41. 41. Processional or Exploring Space
    42. 42. Gateway
    43. 43. Movem ent Movement
    44. 44. Events
    45. 45. Water
    46. 46. Garden
    47. 47. Stone
    48. 48. Art
    49. 49. Prospect-Dominant Sacred Space
    50. 50. Bonding
    51. 51. Refuge Personal Sacred Space –
    52. 52. Reflection
    53. 53. Revealing
    54. 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. 55. PUBLIC ART / FOCAL ELEMENTS Potential  opportunities include: • Art • Donor/Memorial Spaces • Gathering Spaces
    56. 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. 57. 1941
    58. 58. “We shape our buildings, and afterwards our buildings shape us.” Winston Churchill
    59. 59. Thought Community
    60. 60. Vision is the art of seeing things invisible -Jonathan Swift Designing for Memories

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