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.