Classic Architecture

Classical Architecture refers to a style of building design that emphasizes the principles of order, balance, and symmetry derived from ancient Greek and Roman architecture. This architectural style characterizes the use of columns, pediments, domes, arches, and other elements of ancient Greek and Roman buildings. Classical architecture is often associated with grandeur, monumentality, and stability, and it has been used in various contexts, such as public buildings, government structures, religious buildings, and private residences throughout history. It has also influenced many other architectural styles and movements, including Renaissance, Baroque, and Neoclassical architecture.