Completed in 1502, Casa Mantegna (also called Casa Mantegna) was built in Mantua for the famous painter Andrea Mantegna. The revolutionary design consisted of an external cube containing a circular…Continue reading
15th Century Architecture, often associated with the Early Renaissance, marked a significant architectural design and construction shift across Europe. Architects drew inspiration from classical Roman and Greek structures during this period, emphasizing symmetry, proportion, and harmony. Key features included domes, arches, columns, and a keen focus on natural light and spacious interiors. Innovations in building materials and techniques allowed for more complex and monumental structures, while the revival of linear perspective resulted in a more accurate depiction of space in architectural drawings. Notable figures from this period include Filippo Brunelleschi, Leon Battista Alberti, and Michelozzo di Bartolomeo, whose contributions continue to shape the architectural landscape to this day.