Andrea Palladio, Paco Asensio, Francisco Asensio Cerver, Aurora Cuito, Llorenç Bonet, Pino Guidolotti
TeNeues, 2002 - Architecture - 79 pages
Andrea Palladio (Padua 1508-Vicenza 1580), Italian architect of the late Renaissance period published L?Antichit? di Roma (1554). Between 1560 and 1580 he constructed several churches in Venice.including the churches of San Francesco della Vigna, San Giorgio Maggiore and Il Redentore. His last great work was the theatre in Vicenza for the Academia Olimpica. Palladio cultivated his own interpretation of Roman motifs, and combined many of the elements of the classical style. However, he shared in the Renaissance quest for harmonic proportions. Palladio was the first architect to systematize the layout of the private rooms of a house, and the first to use the ancient Greco-Roman temple front as a portico on residential buildings.
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Andrea Palladio has been one of the most admired, the most influential, and the most copied architects in history. His pedimented images of classical architecture, carefully proportioned ... Read full review
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