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    Can you imagine a world with no realism in its arts , architecture and literature? The Renaissance had a big impact on how people viewed the world. Especially for artist and writers. Artists saw the Renaissance as a “rebirth” because they saw the disorder and disagreement between people of the Medieval World. They got inspired to paint the classical realism of Greece and Rome. Writers works were about philosophy and scholarships and some wrote guidebooks to help people become successful. It also helped architects sculpt realistic structures. The Renaissance helped artist, architects and writers express the eras ideals and values like humanism and religious themes, they were clearly seen in their arts, architecture and literature.…

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    Renaissance Architecture A little about Renaissance Architecture The Renaissance architectural period is the period in from 15th century till the 17th century in Europe. Actually Renaissance architecture pursues or follows the Gothic architecture and. The Renaissance architecture can also be described as the renewal and development thought material and culture. Renaissance architecture was developed in Florence, Italy with Filippo Brunelleschi whom we will talk later, one of its finest…

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    Architecture remains a significant topic still to this day when discussing historical shifts of time periods. This is especially present during the artistic shift from the Medieval period to the Renaissance, where reappearing ideas become present in a different way. New forms of architecture to this day is consider one of the most important achievement that formed during the Renaissance era. the form of architecture used during the time mainly originating from mainly Greek and Roman times and…

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    The Renaissance was a cultural rebirth that occurred in Europe that brought old ancient elements and ideas to rediscover. One of the most important and popular cultural rebirths was architecture. Architecture during the Renaissance gave the architects a high influence today in many different ways. Several classical ideas of the Renaissance originally came from ancient Rome and Greece and brought architects in the Renaissance these brilliant ideas. One of the classical ideas that came from the…

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    established in Spain but developed original features in different regions. There were skilled native artisans and relatively strong political organization in Peru and Mexico. The mix between Spanish and indigenous elements flourished until the last quarter of the 18th cent. when neoclassicism invaded Latin America. The earliest building constructed of impermanent materials, have disappeared but by the end of the 16th cent. more durable monumental architecture had been achieved. In the late 1960s…

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    Essay Question Visuality (Renaissance and Baroque) The design of St Peter’s cathedral in Rome underwent a significant evolution from the time it was begun by Bramante at the beginning of the 16th century to the construction of Bernini’s monumental colonnades and oval piazza in front of the cathedral in the middle of the 17th century. During this time a series of significant architects oversaw the evolution of its design in a changing religious context. Maderno’s façade epitomized a key idea of…

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    Elizabethan Era architecture is often described as elegant, ornate, and exquisite. It was created to be a modernised version of the prominent architecture that came before it. In the beginning of this era, there was little to no design process involved in the construction of a building. Think of it like a painter free-handing a painting. No thinking involved, just his hand holding a paintbrush going along with the flow of his emotions. During the Elizabethan Era, erecting houses used basically…

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    The facade is nearly square in proportion with an entablature, on which the frieze is evenly divided into smaller squares with pilasters. The cross shape of the pilasters serve not only to amplify the symmetry of the structure but also represents the cross itself, a meaningful connection to the church to which the chapel is attached, the Basilica of the Holy Cross. The Pazzi Chapel’s Christian iconographic application of Roman design themes originally associated with pagan worship shows how…

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    theory of folding and to help understand the theory in context, explore it amongst the features of post modern architecture. look at works by architects such as Peter Eisenmann and see how he has interpreted the theory of folding as an alternative interpretation of conceptual design. in which one building has a continuous form (folding), and one has a fragmented form (deconstructivism) - two buildings in relation to deleuzes theory through discussion and relate back to the theme/theory. The…

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    into abstract terms, Price believes that architecture should serve to “extend the value and usefulness of human life” (Price, 12). In other words, a building should function as a beneficial change. Using sculptures as a comparison to architecture, Price stresses on the requirement for flexible design in preparation of future uses of the same volumes. Also, the writer believes that the architects’ purpose in design includes the…

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