Recently Pim Lucassen graduated from Wageningen University. In his thesis he is looking for ways to facilitate a new spirituality through design interventions along the route of the Camino de Santiago.
With the retreat of religion from the public domain the popularity of pilgrimage is increasing. A new and more pluralised spirituality is arising, but current religious infrastructure does not seem flexible enough to cope with this change. Through a phenomenological exploration of the experience and landscape of the Camino de Santiago this thesis aims to facilitate a new spirituality through design interventions along the route.
Read a summary of ‘Exploring the way’ on TOPOS-Blog.