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Church Architecture: Postmodernism

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Church Architecture: Postmodernism

If you recall what we talked about the last time, you may remember that we discussed Modern architecture. Although well-received, it was criticized for being too straightforward. A more elaborate style reminiscent of the past was demanded by many. Thus, Postmodern...


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Church Architecture: Modern Era

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Church Architecture: Modern Era

Since the neoclassical era, church architecture hasn’t changed much., even when the world went through the romantic and realist periods. Then, the Industrial Revolution brought forth a lot of changes. Societies began to focus on technology and more efficient ways to do things. Architects...


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Church Architecture: Neoclassical Era

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Church Architecture: Neoclassical Era

Even though Rococo architecture managed to spread beyond its country of origin, it met its decline relatively early, fading out as both an art and an architecture movement within a few decades.  Artists and architects needed to move on from the flamboyant to the...


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Church Architecture: Rococo Period

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Church Architecture: Rococo Period

The Baroque movement—enforced by the Catholic Church—reached its peak by the end of the 17th century. Yet there were a few people in France who thought that the system for Baroque architecture was too rigid. They wanted more freedom. They wanted...


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