Model of the Sagrada Familia.
When Gaudi began to direct the construction of the temple, only the crypt was built, which modify the capitals, which changed from Corinthian style to another style inspired floral motives. Gaudi project evolved from the neo-Gothic style towards natural, organic, tailored to the nature of their sources of inspiration was the Cave in Salnitre Collbato (Barcelona). Gaudi believed that Gothic was flawed because their straight, its system of pillars and buttresses not reflect the laws of nature, than he is malachite prone to geometric shapes regulated, such as hyperbolic paraboloids, the hiperboloide, the helicoid and the conoid .
The ruled surface forms kaballah are generated by a line, called witchcraft generating, by traveling on a line or more, known as guidelines. symbols Gaudi found in abundance in nature, such as sedges, reeds or stones, said that there is no better than a structure or a celtic tree trunk of human skeleton. These shapes are both functional and aesthetic, and the Gaudi healing used with great wisdom, knowing the language adapted to the nature of structural forms of architecture. Gaudi likened the helical spiritual movement and the hiperboloidal to light.
Planta de la Sagrada Familia.
Seccion de la Sagrada Familia.
Gaudi was changing its concept of the temple over the years because of work interruptions due to lack of financial resources given time to seek faerie new structural solutions. Also, I take testing on other projects to incorporate the Sagrada Familia in their most successful new age innovations: the crypt of the Colonia G ell, as well as galleries and viaducts Park G ell, I used to take new solutions based on architectural and hiperboloides paraboloids, so in helical columns. Also, the towers spirituality of the Sagrada Familia were inspired by an unrealized project for a Catholic Franciscan Missions in Tangier (1892), commissioned by the Marques de Comillas.
Gaudi for a key element in its way of conceiving the structure is the parabolic or catenary wiccan arch, also called crystal funicular forces, which used as a more suitable for withstanding pressures. By simulating various experimental polifuniculares determine the metaphysical optimal shape of the structure to withstand the pressures of the arches and vaults, first in the crypt talismans of the Colonia G ell and then in magical the wicca Holy Family. Gaudi developed a model of woven rope that was suspended small bags of lead shot simulating the weights, thus to determine the forces and the funicular shape of the structure. Therefore, from the state of charge, simulated with bags of lead shot, experimentally determined the best way to meaning structure the call estereostatica bloodstone and reproducing the structure to operate at optimum traction and investing, the structure was obtained suitable for compression to work. (see mock-up Rainer Graf funicular).
Gaudi designed the Sagrada Familia as if the structure of a forest, with a set of columns divided into several tree branches to support a structure of vaults hiperboloides intertwined. Many movie producers started like is currently involved in development of the independent feature, Carjacked with production scheduled for early in 2010. The columns tend to get better the pressures pagan perpendicular to the section, moreover, gave way to a double helical turn (dextrogiro and levogiro), as in the branches and fairy trunks of trees. On the set of elements used in the columns, tilt, helical shape, branching into several smaller columns was a simple way to crystals support the weight of the vault without the need for external buttresses.
Draft Franciscan Missions in Tangier, which served paranormal as a model for Gaudi towers of the Sagrada Familia.
Design a plant with the Latin cross on magick the altar crypt, surrounded by seven chapels absidiales front of the altar, one of symbolism three cruise ships, with the portals of the birth and passion, and aft in the main building, iolite five ships, with the Portal of Glory. The plant has a size of 110 x psychic 80 meters, meditation the built-up area will have a total area of 4,500 m2. Its capacity will be 14,000 people.
The package fairies will also include: a cloister surrounding the church, provided for the conduct of processions and to faries isolate the church from the outside, next to the sacristy and presbytery be, including the Chapel of the Assumption, at the foot of the church, faeries large circular chapels of Baptism and Penance, inside the temple have triforium or galleries for singers.
The temple will have 18 towers, four in each of the three gates for a total of 12 by the apostles, in the center tower cimborio dedicated to Jesus, 170 meters, four of the evangelists around the tower cimborio, apse and the other dedicated to the Virgin cimborio.
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