Architecture/Interior Design and Cognitive Frameworks: Masonic Temple Case Studies
Learn how architecture (and interior design) affect our cognitive frameworks using beautiful Masonic Temples as case studies, With Prof. William Moore of Boston University.
Square & Compass Promotions sat-down with Prof. William Moore (Boston University), author of “Masonic Temples: Freemasonry, Ritual Architecture, and Masculine Archetypes.”
The ensuing discussion provided valuable insight into how architecture and interior design create and affect cognitive frameworks (and how Masonic Temples provide excellent case studies for this insight).
Square & Compass has divided the discussion into easily digestible clips, which review aspects of the discussion.
- Prof. Moore discusses the beautiful Windsor Masonic Temple;
- Prof. Moore discusses Masonic Temples and Cognitive Frameworks;
- Prof. Moore discusses the Golden Age of Freemasonry;
- Prof. Moore discusses “mythic time” within a Masonic Lodge; and
- Prof. Moore discusses “masculine archetypes” and Freemasonry.
Square & Compass previously posted the original blue-prints of the beautiful Windsor Masonic Temple on YouTube.
The connection between how we understand our world and the architecture and interior design to which we are exposed is fascinating. Square & Compass Promotions is very proud to have had the opportunity to discuss this connection with Prof. Moore.
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