Palladio, The Villa And The Landscape E-Book


Palladio, The Villa And The Landscape - Smienk,Gerrit Niemeijer,Johannes pdf epub

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LÍNGUA: PORTUGUÊS
HISTÓRIA: 2011
ESCRITORA/ESCRITOR: Smienk,Gerrit Niemeijer,Johannes
ISBN: 9783034607124
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Andrea Palladio is universally regarded as one of the most important architects of the Re-naissance. He was the first "professional architect" and was strongly influenced by Greek and Roman architecture, particularly by Vitruvius. His treatise "Quattro libri dell'architettura" also earned him worldwide recognition. Palladio's villas are UNESCO World Heritage Sites. This book documents and analyzes ten of Palladio's eighteen surviving villas specifically in terms of their relationship with their natural surroundings; their influence on those surroundings is investigated as well. The selected villas constitute a representative cross section of Palladio's wide-ranging output. The landscape formations of Veneto, where these villas are located, may be divided into three types: plains surrounded by mountains, arid plains, and marshland.

...arana, but it is also known as "La Rotonda", "Villa Rotonda Palladio (1508-1580) is recognised as one of the first professional architects ... Palladio, the Villa and the Landscape by Gerrit Smienk ... . This volume explores his architectural work in relationship to the landscape in which it sits and looks at how his principals can be transferred to contemporary architecture and landscape design, focussing on 10 villas, with copious ground-level and aerial photographs and plans. PALLADIO The Architect and His Influence in America James Ackerman. Loading ... Architecture 28 Andrea Palladio The Villa Barbaro ... An ... Palladio, the Villa and the Landscape by Gerrit Smienk ... . PALLADIO The Architect and His Influence in America James Ackerman. Loading ... Architecture 28 Andrea Palladio The Villa Barbaro ... Andrea Palladio through the eyes of contemporary ... There were more than 20 Villas built by Palladio in the Véneto region, and nowadays they are World Heritage sites. The Villas are inserted in the landscape, and they produce a harmony between the solid volume and the natural space which surrounds them. Their stunning façades have a classic style and are dominated by columns and gables. Palladio and the villas of the Veneto. A variation of the Roman villa ideal developed on the mainland of the Venetian republic in the 16 C and 17 C, partly driven by noble families improving their estates, The villa designs in the Veneto reflect Renaissance ideas promoted by humanist scholars and illustrated in the pages of architectural treatises printed in Venice by Italy's most prolific ......