Conceptual Framework = Sacred architecture is an architectural design expression that functions to design, and construct places of observation, or meditation, or sacred, or intentional space. Many cultures devoted many ideas, styles, and large amounts of resources to create their sacred architecture, and places of observation. The diversity of materials, structural system, ornamentation, and form have created places of intense research, dedication, and imagination. These can range from the carving of stones, sticks, temples, rivers beds, geometric structures, animal foot prints, and many other forms of the solidification of matter from the fusion of movement, and intention. Within every form of there creation an array of ideas, and tensions had to be resolved with large communities. How do these structures help to bridge the gap between reality, and the evocative elements of the sublime? Can architecture even create this though those design parameters? These structures are iconographic symbols of the current state of societies values, and belief systems. The architectural structure demands presence. The power of belief they stimulate in subgroups,  are catalysed by each comment of the structure, as well as every molecule of emptiness in the vast spaces between walls. This design proposal aspired to design specifically for the sensation of the infinite though the exaggeration of organic emptiness while using the duality of the number two as a design foundation. Two identical structural systems represent the philosophy of duality, they ying, yang, or black, white, while making it clear that in their opposing directions they are the exact same, and complete the whole program, and structure of the architecture though a connecting corridor in the centre.


Design Components = Modular Structural  Organs + Grey SiO2  + UV[fi] Glass + Red Foundation


Architectural Function = Observation Space + Space of Emptiness + Community Gathering Space

Architectural Scale = Seating 10,000 - 20,000