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BRAMANTE
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Bramante in Rome
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Cloister of Santa Maria della Pace,Rome, 1501-1504
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Schema for laying out the plan and support system of the cloister
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Schema for determining major vertical divisions of the cloister
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Do what the Romans did……
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A. Tuscan, B. Ionic, C. Corinthian, D. Composite Use of the architectural orders According to their “visual weight”
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Tempietto of San Pietro in Montorio, Rome, 1502?
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Reconstruction of the original plan for the Tempietto
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Doric/Tuscan order with alternating Triglyphs and Metopes
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Details of Roman Friezes depicting religious objects
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SAINT PETERS
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Position of Bramante’s preferred plan with reference to the Vatican and the garden of the Belvedere. Note, the proposed
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Unformatted text preview: Plan does not completely cover Old St. Peters Drawing from the Uffizi depicting what is believed to be Bramantes preferred idea for St. Peters: A centralized plan as shown above Bramantes preferred plan with a drawing depicting the second, alternative plan for St Peters. With a nave. Foundation medal depicting Bramantes plan for the dome of St. Peters, and section of that dome drawn by Serlio The Pantheon Bramantes design for the dome of Saint Peters Interior OSP indicating how much was complete at Bramantes death in 1514: piers arches at crossing Palazzo Caprini or House of Raphael, In Rome...
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This note was uploaded on 03/28/2008 for the course ENDS 150 taught by Professor Paul during the Spring '08 term at Texas A&M.

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