Monday, August 6, 2018

Herman Rademaker

Dutch architect/artist Herman Rademaker was raised Roman Catholic, but as an adult found his way into the anthroposophy of Rudolf Steiner.
As an architect, he was involved in the first construction of Eindhoven Technical University and he co-founded the basis of the Academy for Industrial Design and he built his own organically designed house on anthroposophical principles in Sint Oedenrode (Dutch province of Noord Brabant).
Rademaker’s vision on life and the world is central in all his work. He tries to always portray this vison: the coherence and unity of all that exists, the spiritual inner being that carries and makes everything alive. 
More recently he has expressed this in poetic texts that he wrote with his graceful handwriting and which must sound from a great silence to come into their own, rhythmically trickling into the soul.

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