In de Renaissance bouwden ze veel pilaren, die net leken op die van de Romeinen. Dit is 'De hernieuwde oriëntatie op het erfgoed van de klassieke oudheid'

Orders of Classical Architecture - Greek Columns & Roman Columns

The Rector´s Palace, old town Dubrovnick, Croatia

Croatia part 2

The Rector´s Palace, old town Dubrovnick, Croatia. The Rectors Palace, was the administrative center of the Dubrovnik Republic. Its style is basically Gothic, with Renaissance and Baroque reconstructions.

Palazzo Medici Riccardi Palazzo Medici Riccardi offers the visitor the chance to retrace over four centuries of the history of art, architecture and collectionism in Florence.  The itinerary starts on the ground floor, the fulcrum of which is Michelozzo’s fifteenth-century courtyard, one of the most suggestive sites of Renaissance Florence

Palazzo Medici Riccardi [1323×1742] © photographer: Candida Hofer

Vroeg renaissance, architectuur. S. Lorenzo, Florence. Kerken met centraalbouw> symmetrie. Paleizen en kerken om de opdrachtgever te roemen.

Filippo Brunelleschi, Santa Maria del Fiore dome, Florence, Source Florence’s cathedral was almost complete in but there was one vital thing missing: a dome, or duomo in Italian.

Perfect Order in Renaissance architecture at Fermo, Marche, Italy - Palazzo Azzolino, architect Antonio da Sangallo, 1532

Marche, Italy - Palazzo Azzolino, architect Antonio da Sangallo, 1532 This structure features round arches and Ionic columns both of which are common features of Renaissance architecture.

Andrea Palladio: Basilica of San Giorgio Maggiore, Venice; the construction begun in 1566; the façade was completed under the direction of Vincenzo Scamozzi between 1597-1610

Renaissance - Andrea Palladio: Basilica of San Giorgio Maggiore, Venice; the construction begun in the façade was completed under the direction of Vincenzo Scamozzi between

BRAMANTE: Tempietto, San Pietro in Montorio, Rome, 1502. Despite its small scale, the construction has all the rigorous proportions and symmetry of Classical structures, surrounded by slender Doric columns, surmounted by a dome.

Donato Bramante Tempietto, , San Pietro in Montorio, Rome. Read more about the symbolism and interpretation of Tempietto by Donato Bramante.

Renaissance Architecture by dedeyutza.deviantart.com on @deviantART

renaissance architecture - Buildings aren't really looked at by a lot of people as art anymore. It's more of just something peoples eyes pass by unless they pay attention to detail and appreciate it.

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