• Actual Wall of the Pavilion 

      Bruggink, Donald J. (Western Theological Seminary (Holland, Michigan), 1977)
      The wall contains fragments of the original wall of the pavilion dating back to the persecutions of 258 AD.
    • Arches over Courtyard 

      Bruggink, Donald J. (1982)
      Arches over the courtyard stabilize the walls of the monastery.
    • Detail of walls joined with ceiling/roof 

      Bruggink, Donald J. (Western Theological Seminary (Holland, Michigan), 19)
    • The Final Ascent to Monastery of John the Theologian 

      Bruggink, Donald J. (1984)
      The final ascent to monastery of John the Theologian
    • The Frescoes of the Refectory 

      Bruggink, Donald J. (1990)
      The peeling frescoes on the left once covered the walls and ceilings of the refectory.
    • Interior Hosios David 

      Bruggink, Donald J. (1988)
      Wall frescoes on the interior of Hosios David
    • Louvers 

      Bruggink, Donald J. (Western Theological Seminary (Holland, Michigan), 19)
      Seen here at the base of the church and on the walls for balconies louvers are open to admit cool air, while louvers to exit warm air are at the very apex of the church above the liturgical area.
    • The Rock Wall of the Right-hand Nave 

      Bruggink, Donald J. (1988)
      The Rock Wall of the right-hand nave.
    • Roof structure 

      Bruggink, Donald J. (Western Theological Seminary (Holland, Michigan), 1984)
      The heavy beaming of the roof structure takes place above glass walls with modern framing and circular staircase to ascend to the organ balcony.
    • San Sabina West Wall 

      Bruggink, Donald J. (Western Theological Seminary (Holland, Michigan), 19)
    • Tower of St. John 

      Bruggink, Donald J. (Western Theological Seminary (Holland, Michigan), 19)
      The wall was built by Nicholas III on the site of ancient walls built by Leo IV.
    • Wall and roof construction 

      Bruggink, Donald J. (Western Theological Seminary (Holland, Michigan), 19)
      Schuller had initially told his architect, Philip Johnson, that he wanted a church filled with light. Johnson came up with a structure of glass with walls and roof supported by a minimalist tetrahedron frame.
    • Wall of the Temple of Jupiter 

      Bruggink, Donald J. (Western Theological Seminary (Holland, Michigan), 1977)
      It's construction is often attributed to Tarquinius. It is located on the Capitoline Hill at the head of what became the Foro Romano.
    • The Walls of Sant Agnese Fuori Le Mura 

      Bruggink, Donald J. (Western Theological Seminary (Holland, Michigan), 19)
    • The western wall 

      Bruggink, Donald J. (Western Theological Seminary (Holland, Michigan), 19)
      Originally built by Leo IV on the western extremity of what is now Vatican City.