Renaissance Architecture (The Great Ages of World Architecture)

Renaissance Architecture (The Great Ages of World Architecture)

George Braziller | 1962 | ISBN: N/A | English | 132 Pages | PDF | 18.5 MB

Of all the past periods of architectural activity, the era of the Renaissance is the one most closely related to the architecture of our own time. Not only have the beauty and logic of Renaissance palaces and churches attracted the interest of architectural historians over the past sixty-years, but the vigor and excitement inherent in the work of the fifteenth and sixteenth-century architects are closely paralleled in the intense architectural activity-of the twentieth century.


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