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Andrea Palladio (nato Andrea di Pietro della Gondola) (Italiano, 1508 Padova - 1580 Maser) | Villa Almerico Capra (detto La Rotonda) | Commissionato dal Prelato Conte Paolo Almerico Referendario Apostolico del Vaticano e completato per i fratelli Capra) | 1566-1592 (Interni e affreschi completato in 1620) | Il corpo principale è stato forse abitabile dal 1569, ma è stato completato dopo la morte di Palladio (1580) da Vincenzo Scamozzi (Italiano, 1548 Vicenza - 1616 Venezia)

High Renaissance Architecture - Highly Mathematical and Geometry Design - Achieving Timeless - Villa Rotonda, Andrea Palladio

Panteon de Agripa

Conjectural reconstruction of the Baths of Agrippa, Rome (c. by Andrea Palladio RIBA Library Drawings Collection

Andrea Palladio: the palace designed for Iseppo Da Porto, Vicenza, Italy, 1552; transversal section by Bertotti Scamozzi, 1776

Andrea Palladio: the palace designed for Iseppo Da Porto, Vicenza, Italy, transversal section by Bertotti Scamozzi, 1776

Villa Valmarana Lisiera Quattro Libri - Villa Valmarana (Lisiera) — Wikipédia

Villa Valmarana in Lisiera of Bolzano Vicentino, Vicenza. Drawing from The Four Books of Architecture by Andrea Palladio .

Villa Rotonda Palladio Andrea palladio villa rotonda

Villa Rotonda Palladio Andrea palladio villa rotonda

The work that first brought Palladio fame was his renovation of the Basilica, or municipal hall, in Vicenza. To the basically medieval structure which was built in 1444, he added the famous double loggia that held the collapsing building together and totally altered its appearance. Here, for the first time, he used what has since come to be known as the "Palladian motif, " a tall central arch flanked by smaller rectangular openings. Image: WIKI

Palladio: Basilica in Venice, in Giacomo Leoni, The Architecture of Palladio in Four Books ed. London: Plate XX ( Library of Congress)

Renaissance examples by architect Andrea Palladio A History of Architecture on the Comparative Method by Sir Banister Fletcher

18 Renaissance examples by architect Andrea Palladio A History of Architecture on the Comparative Method by Sir Banister Fletcher

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Cross-Section of the Villa Rotonda Near Vicenza, Designed by Andrea Palladio

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