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The apse in Furness' library at the University of Pennsylvania similarly resolves the duality formed by the arched interior wall opposite.
One column bisects the nave at the end of the Late Gothic parish church at Dingolfing, a hall-type church, but the juxtaposition of the central bay and window behind, which evolve from the complex vaulting above, resolve the original duality.
The directional inflecting of the side walls of the nave of the parish church in Rimella counteracts the disunifying effect of the two bays of the nave. Their inflection toward the center increases enclosure and strengthens the whole. A minor intermediate bay also binds the major bays together.
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