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        From 1981 to 1993, Belgian architect Christian Kieckens researched Baroque space by capturing the proportions, the perspective and the geometric basis of a large number of Baroque churches in a series of photographs and with a graphic notation technique. This technique led to a series of ink drawings in which the floor plan and section are always projected side by side, revealing their interrelationship. A selection of five of these churches, all by Borromini, forms a visual essay in this issue.
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        Citation
        Kieckens, C. (2011). Luce! Dammi luce!. Baroque, OASE, (86), 118–182. Retrieved from https://oasejournal.nl/en/Issues/86/LuceDammiLuce

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