Someone once asked me what is the greatest part of this job. Its sitting back, looking at the job and reviewing all of the work. Looking at a job where its not just slapped together. Where the tabernacle is the focal point and all the other architecture spirals into it. Its about putting pieces together that were not constructed together in the first place work together. Then forging new pieces to complete everything and making it all work. Sometimes architects think they know everything there is to know about architecture. Some do but in the traditional sense, its hard to find one that knows how it is to work together and what is the common goal. The goal of liturgical architecture to provide an awe inspiring vortex that sucks you not only into the beauty of the architecture but uses that beauty to teach about God and provide unbeknownst to the viewer a direct site line to the most important part of the church. The tabernacle.
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