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Architects parse out what makes holy spaces holy

Saw this the other day in the paper edition of the Science & Theology News that I get.

The connection between design and devotion is under study by a group of clerics, neuroscientists and architects who are trying to understand how the mind reacts to the sensations of entering a house of worship. The result, they hope, will be better designs that enhance the meeting of the sacred and earthly.

I’d like to read their final report sometime.

Full article at: Science & Theology News – Architects parse out what makes holy spaces holy

1 Comment

  1. Looks really interesting…the link interests me very much. Thanks for posting the link mate.

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