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
Renaissance Architecture is a style of architecture that developed in Europe during the Renaissance period, roughly from the 14th to the 17th centuries. It is characterized by a revival of classical forms and motifs from ancient Greece and Rome and a renewed interest in mathematics, science, and humanism. Renaissance Architecture is marked by the use of symmetrical balance, proportion, and the orders of classical column design.
“Ancora Imparo” – Michelangelo, which means “I am still learning.” This quote reflects the Renaissance spirit of constant growth and self-improvement.
The Florence Cathedral, officially known as the Cattedrale di Santa Maria del Fiore, stands as an iconic symbol of Florence, Italy. The cathedral’s construction commenced in 1296, following Arnolfo di…Continue reading
Completed in 1592, La Villa Capra “La Rotonda” is a masterpiece of Renaissance architecture designed by architect Andrea Palladio. Commissioned by Paolo Almerico, the villa was intended to serve as…Continue reading