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They all have the same atmosphere of devoutness. (Heiligenkreuz near Vienna) 28 Fig. 24. Even in the dormitories of this Cistercian monastery the light entering the department is soft, notwithstanding the fierce sun of the Provence. It is softened by the multiple reflexions in the deep niches of the windows. (Le Thoronet) Fig. 25. Twelfth-century Cistercian buildings are also in Spain. There again the light lends a rich expression to the simple and modest interiors. (Poblet near Taragona) 24 25 29 26 Fig.
There again the light lends a rich expression to the simple and modest interiors. (Poblet near Taragona) 24 25 29 26 Fig. 26. The Church of St Nicholas in baroque style shows how the architect can obtain striking and theatrical effects, if he has learned of all the possibilities of light. (Prague) 30 27 Fig. 27. The architect has managed to create an impressive succession of spaces by means of light, coming from invisible windows. They light up the central dome and the choir so that the altar with all the statues around are silhouetted against a bright background.
The semi-cylindrical towers and belfry of the chapel of Ronchamp became now characteristic features of the architecture of Le Corbusier. Fig. 34. For the chapel in Ronchamp Le Corbusier created semi-cylindrical towers. Through them the light penetrates the chapel and illuminates the wall behind the altar. 41 36 42 We now come to other more dynamic effects that have been obtained with the help of light. In this connection we would mention a theory published in 1918 in a book called "Plastik und Raum" by Prof.
Creative Light by L. C. Kalff (auth.)