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    • The 12th century choir surmounting the martyeria 

      Bruggink, Donald J. (Western Theological Seminary (Holland, Michigan), 1984)
      The oval entry at the bottom of the photo leads to the martyerium. It is surmounted by an altar for contemporary worship. Above that is the 12th century choir and Baldanquin with gold crown and angels standing over the high altar.
    • Altar and chapel for the reserved host 

      Bruggink, Donald J. (Western Theological Seminary (Holland, Michigan), 1984)
    • Altar/table and crucifix 

      Bruggink, Donald J. (Western Theological Seminary (Holland, Michigan), 1984)
    • Altar/table and tapestry 

      Bruggink, Donald J. (Western Theological Seminary (Holland, Michigan), 1984)
      Influenced by the liturgical renewal that later had such an impact on Vatican II the altar/table is indeed a table in appearance.
    • Altar/table, font, and pulpit 

      Bruggink, Donald J. (Western Theological Seminary (Holland, Michigan), 1984)
      From the baptismal font in the foreground, right, one sees the altar on the axis of the church. A pulpit is on the left.
    • Ancillary building 

      Bruggink, Donald J. (Western Theological Seminary (Holland, Michigan), 1984)
      At a short distance from the chapel are the bunker-like facilities for pilgrims and housing for clerics, alleviated only by the grass roof and colored abstractions.
    • The Annunciation 

      Bruggink, Donald J. (Western Theological Seminary (Holland, Michigan), 1984)
      Set in a panel in the glass wall is a traditional but far more expensive stained glass interpretation of the Annunciation.
    • Another interior view 

      Bruggink, Donald J. (Western Theological Seminary (Holland, Michigan), 1984)
      The slightly separated weekday chapel with the Madonna is to the left.
    • Approach to the main entry 

      Bruggink, Donald J. (Western Theological Seminary (Holland, Michigan), 1984)
      The simplicity of the painted steel framing becomes evermore apparent as one approaches. The influence of Mies van der Rohe is apparent.
    • Approach to the Piuskirche 

      Bruggink, Donald J. (Western Theological Seminary (Holland, Michigan), 1984)
      The main church room can be reached by the ascending steps from the street whereas the crypt underneath it can be entered directly from the downward side of the slope.
    • The architect Klaus Franz center addresses the IFRAA group. 

      Bruggink, Donald J. (Western Theological Seminary (Holland, Michigan), 1984)
    • Arthur Slotboom and his Volvo bus. 

      Bruggink, Donald J. (Western Theological Seminary (Holland, Michigan), 1984)
      Being well off schedule as the result of the fasciation with Dahinden's work, we are about to set off to visit two more of his churches at St. Frances at Huttwilen and St. Antony at Wildegg, Switzerland.
    • Balconies 

      Bruggink, Donald J. (Western Theological Seminary (Holland, Michigan), 1984)
      The multiple balconies surmount side chapels. The lower balcony can be entered from the roadway. The balcony above is intended to have a bridge to a not-yet-constructed campanile.
    • Balcony and roof structure 

      Bruggink, Donald J. (Western Theological Seminary (Holland, Michigan), 1984)
      The edge of the balcony seating is demarcated with the reputation of the blue piping together with glass panels to protect from falls without spoiling the view of the architectural roof structure. A brilliant architectural ...
    • Baptismal font 

      Bruggink, Donald J. (Western Theological Seminary (Holland, Michigan), 1984)
    • Baptismal font 

      Bruggink, Donald J. (Western Theological Seminary (Holland, Michigan), 1984)
      The traditional pews face the baptismal font and kneeler and are seen in juxtaposition to the contemporary pews to the left.
    • Baptismal font 

      Bruggink, Donald J. (Western Theological Seminary (Holland, Michigan), 1984)
      The ancicent baptismal font, along with the tower, provides an authentic reference to the past.
    • Baptismal Font 

      Bruggink, Donald J. (Western Theological Seminary (Holland, Michigan), 1984)
      The baptismal font of marble has running water offering an audible presence throughout the service. From this angle, in the far left is the seating for the clergy.
    • Baptismal Font 

      Bruggink, Donald J. (Western Theological Seminary (Holland, Michigan), 1984)
      Following an ancient tradition revived by the liturgical movement, the baptismal font stands at the entrance of the church room. The tapestry on the wall behind the baptismal font is an abstract reminder of us the baptism ...
    • Baptismal holy waters stoup 

      Bruggink, Donald J. (Western Theological Seminary (Holland, Michigan), 1984)
      The principal entry confronts one with a structure with the appearance of a baptismal font which appropriately holds holy water which is always intended to be a reminder of ones entry into the church through baptism.