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alberti Basílica de Sant’Andrea (na cidade de Mantova) - Pesquisa Google

alberti Basílica de Sant’Andrea (na cidade de Mantova) - Pesquisa Google

#19 - proportion  Alberti states it is only natural for us to borrow rules of proportion from music-the octave, the fifth, and the fourth. Alberti most certainly borrowed rule of symmetry and proportion in his buildings.   santa maria novella - Alberti

#19 - proportion Alberti states it is only natural for us to borrow rules of proportion from music-the octave, the fifth, and the fourth. Alberti most certainly borrowed rule of symmetry and proportion in his buildings. santa maria novella - Alberti

LEON BATTISTA ALBERTI. Santa Maria Novella (west facade), Florence, Italy, 1458-1470. Early Renaissance.  A Gothic church with an Early Renaissance facade commissioned by the Rucellai family.

LEON BATTISTA ALBERTI. Santa Maria Novella (west facade), Florence, Italy, 1458-1470. Early Renaissance. A Gothic church with an Early Renaissance facade commissioned by the Rucellai family.

A private residence on Quai d’Orsay, Paris

A private residence on Quai d’Orsay, Paris

french architecture

french architecture

Brunelleschi - Pohřební kaple Pazziů (1443 - 1446, dokončeno 1461)

Brunelleschi - Pohřební kaple Pazziů (1443 - 1446, dokončeno 1461)

Sant' Andrea  / Leon Battista Alberti // by  Prof. A. Caruso

Sant' Andrea / Leon Battista Alberti // by Prof. A. Caruso

Sant'Andrea, Mantua, the façade

Sant'Andrea, Mantua, the façade

The facade of the Basilica di San Lorenzo designed by Michelangelo. He won the contest organized by Pope Leo X (son of Lorenzo de Medici, "The Magnificent") in 1515, but due to technical and financial problems it was never build. The Basilica  was the parish church of the Medici family and designed by Filippo Brunelleschi in the first half of the 15th century, but he did not live to see te church finished.

The facade of the Basilica di San Lorenzo designed by Michelangelo. He won the contest organized by Pope Leo X (son of Lorenzo de Medici, "The Magnificent") in 1515, but due to technical and financial problems it was never build. The Basilica was the parish church of the Medici family and designed by Filippo Brunelleschi in the first half of the 15th century, but he did not live to see te church finished.

Casa Cogollo, Vicenza

Casa Cogollo, Vicenza


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