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Little Temple project at University of Technology Eindhoven

Eight students at the University of Technology in Eindhoven have built their own design of a little temple at full scale. These buildings were realized in a space that’s part of the office of Kovos Architects, with materials donated by different sponsors. The main source of inspiration during the design process was the abbey of Le Thoronet in the Provence, France.

Aspects like light, space, mass, rhythm and proportion find their most essential form in this great example of architectonic simplicity. After a visit to the abbey the students searched for an interpretation of these aspects within their own design of a little temple. With the full scale execution of the design, the spatial effect of the detail was most important.

The project is led by Jan Schevers. The participating students are Yuri Buteijn, Joan Gaudin, Faye Hermens, Dirk Reijnders, Dave Venmans, Raoul Vleugels, Johanna van Warners en Frank Wijnen. For more informations about the project and visits to the exhibition, check out the projects website: www.littletemple.nl

All photographs of the completed project by Ingrid Bussemakers. More images, after the break.

Cite:Sebastian Jordana. "Little Temple project at University of Technology Eindhoven" 11 Jul 2009. ArchDaily. Accessed . <http://www.archdaily.com/28484/little-temple-a-master-student-project-at-university-of-technology-eindhoven/>