Andrea Palladio

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Noun1.Andrea Palladio - highly original and much imitated Italian architect (1508-1580)Andrea Palladio - highly original and much imitated Italian architect (1508-1580)
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Determined to build a house that would rival Chatsworth, Adam combined his love of ancient Rome and his admiration for a 16th century north Italian architect called Andrea Palladio.
In this video--commissioned by Marseille-Provence 2013, Capitale Europeenne de la Culture, for the exhibition "Ici, Ailleurs" (Here, Elsewhere) at La Friche Belle de Mai art center in Marseille--there is not one but a conglomeration of places that together form a hybrid construction site, a working space synthesized from architectural renderings of the Pratt & Whitney aircraft-engine factory in East Hartford, Connecticut (built by Albert Kahn Associates in 1941), drawings of interiors by Andrea Palladio, and Auguste Perret's plan for Theatre des Champs-Elysees, among others.
To give thanks for the ending of the Plague, the Doge, Alvise I Mocenigo, promised to build a magnificent church, and commissioned the famous architect, Andrea Palladio, to oversee this.
nd] May coincided with the prize-giving ceremony of the second edition of the Andrea Palladio International Jewellery Awards, the Jewellery Oscars, where the very best in the jewellery world receive recognition.
This rigorous study focuses on how humanist Daniele Barbaro and architect Andrea Palladio projected Vitruvian principles onto the Venetian cityscape as they produced their own influential works of architectural theory.
The latest jewel in its crown comes from being nominated for the Andrea Palladio International Jewellery Awards ( APIJA) instituted by the Fiera di Vicenza.
A brilliant and engaging compilation of essays regarding the contributions of 50 Italians (some expected, some rather unexpected, including Christopher Columbus, Andrea Palladio, and Claudio Monteverdi) to the creation and development of everything from electricity to ballet, political theory, automobiles, dictatorship, and music.
In what is probably the masterpiece of the exhibition, the large-scale view of the Bacino di San Marco (or inner harbor of the city), he rendered the spars and rigging of each boat with consummate precision, yet turned the church of San Giorgio Maggiore so viewers could see its magnificent front, designed by Andrea Palladio, face on.
But it's not just Jefferson who fell for the genius of Andrea Palladio.
Five centuries on from his birth, the genius of Andrea Palladio still enthralls.
Documentary exploring the 17 surviving villas designed by legendary architect Andrea Palladio.