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A study on the Application Plan of Light Elements in Liturgy Space

전례공간에서의 빛요소 적용에 대한 계획방안 연구

  • Received : 2016.08.25
  • Accepted : 2016.11.10
  • Published : 2016.11.30

Abstract

In Catholic Cathedrals, the Liturgy space is central to the worship of the church and the player. The composition of the liturgical space affects the sensitivity of the worshiper. Because this sensitivity is connected with the faith, it is a very important consideration for planning elements. In this study, the light sensitivity of the elements that identify the most important factors in changing the devotion and in liturgical space was planned to emphasize the role of light. Understanding the meaning and importance of the liturgical space determine the spatial phase and role. Therefore, to analyze the functional and emotional properties of the light, the properties, roles and conditions of the light were organized. The data was analyzed as the target of sensitivity to light. Through the case studies of light, the effectiveness and adequacy as well as the application conditions could be understood. The results obtained in this study suggest a plan for light elements applied in the liturgical space.

Keywords

application conditions;light elements;lighting;liturgical space;litugy;sensitivity

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