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  • Title: The Building at Dornach (Bn/GA 289): Lecture I: The Goetheanum
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    • The Build
    • The Building at Dornach
    • forwards a few things about our building, so that our friends may find
    • for the benefit of the cause, so that the Dornach Building, the “Goetheanum”,
    • building is put before the spiritual culture of the present time may,
    • stated that the Dornach Building has grown out of the Anthroposophical
    • conception of the world. The Building was able to grow forth from this
    • before the world to-day, had at any time required a building of their
    • and the building itself, which might be either of the Renaissance period,
    • be revealed to man. And as we approach the building which is to stand
    • development of humanity. The very shape of the building impresses you
    • of the different effects produced by the contours of the building, seen
    • 1. would then see a Building
    • Seen from another side the Building presents this aspect.
    • thought first occurred to me to erect a building with twin domes. But
    • much considered. When the building had to be remodelled to stand upon
    • Here let us begin by noticing that the building stands on a sort of
    • the next (4B). We now draw rather nearer to the Building and this is
    • ascend to the auditorium belongs to the substructure of the Building.
    • Hall. The Building stands rather above the level of the actual surface
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  • Title: The Building at Dornach (Bn/GA 289): Lecture II: Bau Lecture II
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    • The Building at Dornach
    • the Building from the outside, from different aspects. To-day we will
    • might be described something in this way. When one approaches the Building
    • the chief thing about this Building is that everything is felt to be
    • the Building is an attempt to express the idea which has inspired the
    • Building, so that it does not appear as a habitation constructed with
    • included in the Building itself is in organic union with its spiritual
    • which the whole Building is carried out.
    • how the architrave motif progresses, each form building itself up out,
    • in all the ideas expressed in this Building. Whereas elsewhere one finds
    • essential new element that has been brought into the idea of this Building.
    • comes the simple, in so far as this simple form builds itself up on
    • drawing) I had to add, the dotted line here, just as I had to build
    • This is the main impression produced by our Building that it indicates
    • Building the principle that lives and works creatively in nature can
    • forms that so far as this Building is concerned you have before you
    • that which you really need in order to build up a vies of the world
    • have given a false meaning to that which this building is meant to express,
    • For this reason this Building
    • This Building is not for that kind of sleeping consciousness. People
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  • Title: The Building at Dornach (Bn/GA 289): Lecture III: Lecture 3
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    • The Building at Dornach
    • be able to live in colours, in forms. If our Building is to be what
    • in the arrangement of the Building, which strives to give an understanding
    • of the Building there must be a reversed relationship.
    • different language”, and then we shall be led to see the Building
    • or I or Ego. In the whole Building you find nothing anywhere expressed
    • our Building, but the Representative of Humanity, in which the Christ
    • say that the actual attempt has been made with this Building to make
    • the conception of the Building as far as possible a unity. For example,
    • you see the Building covered over with Norwegian slate. Once when I
    • of Voss, and the thought came to me that our Building must be covered
    • an impression which is suited to the Building in its dignity.
    • say concerning the Building, in reference to these pictures. I wanted.to
    • make this Building comprehensible to our friends who are willing to
    • on to the Introduction I have given you of the Building.

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