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  • Title: The Building at Dornach (Bn/GA 289): Lecture I: The Goetheanum
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    • Architectural Design of the Goetheanum, Part 1
    • has here been made to depart from the usual purely mathematical-geomatrical-mechanical
    • conceived Building. Each detail, in that it represents a part of the
    • very smallest appendage in the different parts of the Building must
    • of the North side. In the part between the principal entrance and the
    • in its different parts you can see what we really intended, how the
    • part of the same.
    • walk round it. now show you the inner part, in my original model, carried
    • part of and attached to the balustrade of the stairs is a remarkable
    • this particular form must convey. If anyone is reminded of an elephant
  • Title: The Building at Dornach (Bn/GA 289): Lecture II: Bau Lecture II
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    • Architectural Design of the Goetheanum, Part 1
    • possible to receive this particular impression that I have to emphasise.
    • but that it is a part of the whole form, as if the organ had actually
    • together with their particular architraves. You see how in the first
    • raster Eckhardt or a John Tauler were in harmony with their particular
    • cupola. And now you will see a bit of that part which represents an
    • In the same way this Building must be grasped as a whole for the parts
    • do not exist alone but each must be considered as a part of the whole.
    • the two cupolas of equal size are pulled apart, for you could not unite
    • other small. If they are the same size they must be drawn apart and
    • is the outcome of a law of necessity, and how a part is in every case
    • idea of utility and also to the demands of the particular material.
    • And in everyone of its particular forms this building is a demand upon
  • Title: The Building at Dornach (Bn/GA 289): Lecture III: Lecture 3
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    • Architectural Design of the Goetheanum, Part 1
    • nature of colour. For a greater part of that which is living, which
    • no counterpart in the composition. Therefore, before we come to this
    • - you will particularly feel this when you look at the colouring of
    • will see that in this particular shade of colour, the brownish-green,
    • desire to see the thing, that the particular blue-grey glistening of

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