Explore online and in person a site of Buddhist architecture.

Explore online and in person a site of Buddhist architecture. Options: https://www.thienhautemple.com/ https://www.hsilai.org/ https://www.chanpureland.org/location.html (two options: Lu Mountain Temple ??? or Wei Mountain Temple ??? Visual and Modular Analysis: Deepen your visual and material analysis by touring, visiting, walking, and even sketching (optional) the Buddhist architectural site. It is still in use today so use your powers of decorous respect to observe. In less than 500 (approx.300-500) words, discuss and explore how a religious site within the Buddhist context specifically activates the concept and design principle of modularity. In addition to writing about how you might identify various ways in which modularity may apply to a specific Buddhist building/architecture/site, what other aspects of Buddhism in concept and in thinking may impact the specific way modules might be found in its visual and material expressions at your chosen site?

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