This article begins with a proposal of interpretation of "religious" buildings as configurations of the space that, "transfiguring" the daily space, allow experiences of the sacred contextualized culturally and even individually. In the context of these buildings, the sanctuaries are especially prominent, since they reinterpret not only the interior but also the outer space, "transfiguring" the landscapes in which they are inserted. As an application of this thesis, a brief description of the architectural spaces of Fatima and Aparecida is presented, allowing a comparative evaluation of the experiences of the sacred promoted by the respective buildings, in their similarity but also their difference.
|Translated title of the contribution||Experiences of space and contemporary sacred: brief comparative reading of architectural spaces in Fatima and Aparecida|
|Publication status||Published - 2019|