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Architectural Contributions of Rudolf Steiner

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Architectural Contributions of Rudolf Steiner

PLATE IV.

PLATE IV. (Facing page 72). The Interior: in the Auditorium, looking towards the South-West. On the right. between the two most westerly pillars, we see the organ, set in the carved wood to harmonise with the building as a whole. To the left, we see the second of the seven pillars on the south side of the auditorium; there are seven on either side, symmetrically arranged about the main axis running from West to East. Note the massive wood-carving of the capitals and architrave, and the evolution in form from one pillar on to the next. Above the architrave, a small section of the painted dome is visible. This inner dome is of course distinct from the outer dome seen in Plates I. and II., the intervening space being hollow.



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