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To browse Academia. Skip to main content. You're using an out-of-date version of Internet Explorer. Log In Sign Up. Christiane Gruber. English language. These articles treat the historic, modern, and contemporary eras and employ diverse methodologies and interdisciplinary approaches. IJIA 1. Although its appearance seemingly links it with architecture sub-Saharan Islamic architecture, its purpose and uses remained secular.
This structure strongly evokes puddled-mud mosques and forts that were encountered and rebuilt by French forces in Senegal and Mali at the turn of the twentieth century and that were subsequently represented at the international and colonial expositions in Marseille and and 25 IJIA 1. Paris , and However, how is one 26 IJIA 1.
Emulating a sub-Saharan mosque, the building aims to transcend its form in order to become a healing memorial 27 IJIA 1. Postcard dated Other nearby projects also seem to have spurred interest in erecting non-European building types.
From the start, it was deemed by French administrators and Buddhist members of the colonial army as a place of worship devoid of any superimposed military aims. Materials such as steel and concrete — at this time heralded as prestigious, cutting-edge and vital to projects advancing a modernist aesthetic — are tempered and subdued in the case of the pagoda, where a perceived fidelity to the accurate re-creation of a religious space not only took precedence but was a goal in itself.
Regardless of religion and ethnicity, the tirail- leurs had no building, no recreated village, no symbolic centre they could call their own. It would take the imagined form of the architectural 31 IJIA 1. Enthusiasm surrounding the idea of constructing the Missiri, itself spearheaded by a Senegalese officer named Mademba about whom information is lacking , was shared by black Muslims and non-Muslims alike since the building would cater to different ethnic groups rather than a unified religious one.