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  • Title: Lecture: And The Temple Becomes Man
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    • the evolution of the Art of Building and its changing styles. He gives
    • sacred buildings and give birth to new forms as the evolution of
    • “And the Building becomes Man”
    • so many occasions about the evolution of the Art of Building and its
    • themselves in the forms of sacred buildings and give birth to new
    • great building of wood, with its hand-carved, weaving forms and
    • from the spectators an urgently expressed wish for a building that
    • super-sensible foundation of the Art of Building and foreshadows its
    • IN the Building that is to be a home for Spiritual Science, full
    • of such a Building will not be achieved. In an undertaking like this
    • intention is to build a Temple which is also to be a place of
    • Buildings erected to enshrine what men have held most sacred have
    • temple-buildings. When with insight and warmth of soul we study these
    • buildings, differences are at once apparent. A very striking example
    • later buildings was influenced by the conditions obtaining in that
    • striking and significant feature of this early Art of Building?
    • study the buildings of a later epoch, gleaning from them some idea of
    • concealment within the temple. The building enshrines the most
    • Initiation. These buildings shut themselves off from the outer
    • Greek God dwells within the temple. In this building, with its
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  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture I: The Acanthus Leaf
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    • the building of the First Goetheanum, 1914. With a Foreword by Marie
    • may often arise in connection with this building is that of
    • the actual fulfilment of the hopes resting in this building.
    • yet — will realise that this building represents many
    • when the building is once there, all kind of objections will
    • that all we are striving to attain in this building stands
    • astonish us if a building like ours, which strives to be in
    • the buildings which have given that city its present stamp,
    • were completed — the Parliament Buildings, the Town
    • architects of these buildings were still living: Hanson who
    • building, its columns and capitals. Those who hold fast to
    • moulded the forms of our building here. When one moulds forms
    • was after the forms for the buildings had already been made)
    • art in our building.
    • of our building, the forms that should adorn it, and to know
    • will be placed in the interior of the building in these two
    • building, only that of course there is no cake inside; what
    • deeds that are done in the building. That is the principle of
    • that is given its in the building. Just as the interior
    • feel at home when it looks at form. In our building we must
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  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture II: The House of Speech
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    • the building of the First Goetheanum, 1914. With a Foreword by Marie
    • on the last occasion when I spoke to you about our building
    • auxiliary buildings is to be given over to its own tasks. We
    • glass windows for our building, and we cannot help being
    • task. The site on which our building stands is pervaded by an
    • the site of our building we should be pervaded by an
    • building to our friend Rychter and his workers, in order that
    • living member in the whole organism of our building.
    • functions of the windows in the building, an atmosphere of
    • building is once ready we shall again and again be conscious
    • our building. Our architects, engineers, and all the other
    • that apart from all the cares and troubles which the building
    • The building demands a great deal more than the expression of
    • that transcends personality. This building can teach us how
    • transcended. The building itself, and the auxiliary house we
    • at the incomplete building and at this house, we cannot help
    • the building? This will certainly be our desire if we realise
    • the mission that such buildings will have to humanity, if
    • moment of many buildings erected in our times by clever
    • our building will do, that we are enclosed as if by organs of
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  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture III: The New Conception of Architecture
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    • the building of the First Goetheanum, 1914. With a Foreword by Marie
    • when the construction of our building is proceeding I think
    • thought and conception underlying the art of building and I
    • Christian art of building separated off the edifice from the
    • buildings of Greece and also of Rome were in their real
    • of the ancient Greek form of building (which was derived
    • conception of architecture onwards to that of Gothic building
    • complete union with the Spirit. This means that buildings
    • we are working from out of the future in our building, the
    • expressed in our building in a living way, a truly living
    • go into any building containing fragments of circles or
    • the building, but you will find that there is an absolute
    • not “rest” in our building; we shall be led
    • Cassini will be found everywhere in our building, and your
    • people go into our building and stand in the gallery where
    • places in the building.
    • will be able to realise that when you enter the building from
    • one. Thus our building had to be a twofold structure. Its
    • the forms. The erection of a building of this kind reveals
    • building. It can only be understood by a living feeling of
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  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture IV: True Aesthetic Laws of Form
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    • the building of the First Goetheanum, 1914. With a Foreword by Marie
    • in our building. From all that has been said you will have
    • to imagine ourselves entering the building from the West, in
    • whereas in the building they have had to be placed one behind
    • that when we pass through the building from the West towards
    • furthermore that the forms in our building have been evolved
    • unnatural that in a building which belongs to the present and
    • certain forms in our building and on another occasion we will
    • building, that although it be only a primitive beginning,
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture V: The Creative World of Colour
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    • the building of the First Goetheanum, 1914. With a Foreword by Marie
    • our buildings a form that we consider suitable to our work.
    • ‘sensationalism’ in our building — which is
    • thinking is concerned. The endeavour to build a bridge
    • the fact that so few people feel there is any need to build
    • building of these bridges is hindered by a cultural life that
    • our building is not an essential part of this spiritual
    • our building can still do no more than ‘intend.’



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