17EnglArchBeginningsNeo-Pall

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Beginnings of English Neo-Palladianism Read Summerson text, Chapter 21, then 20
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John Shute, The First and Chief Groundes of Architecture , 1563 Bramante’s High Renaissance architectural style in Italy (ca. 1500) = disseminated through the books of Sebastiano Serlio (1537 ff) Doric, Ionic, Corinthian, “architecture” “architect”
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Banded orders (Holland), cresting, corbelled turrets
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Thorpe drawings from Hans Blum’s German book on the classical Orders, 1550; strapwork from Vriedeman de Vries; John Thorpe’s Initial House
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Hans Vredeman de Vries, Variae Architecturae Formae , 1563, pattern book for classical architecture and decoration, including “strap work” on the screen in the hall of Wollaton
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Sebastiano Serlio, Five/Seven Books of Architecture, 1537 ff.; translated into English, 1611
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Sebastiano Serlio, The Five Books of Architecture, 1537 voussoirs vs spaces between; width of frame vs width of opening; outer voussoirs’ tops; “coordinated geometric definition”; “total coherence of design”
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Andrea Palladio 1508-1580 I Quattro Libri dell’Architettura (The Four Books on Architecture ), Venice, 1570
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Book I – The Orders
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Book II – Domestic buildings in city and country: Palazzo da Porto and Palazzo Thiene, Vicenza
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Villa Rotonda, Vicenza Villa Barbaro, Maser
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Palladio’s farm-villas
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Book III – Public buildings Basilica, Vicenza; Bridge design
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This note was uploaded on 12/31/2009 for the course 082 01:082:304 taught by Professor Todmarder during the Fall '09 term at Rutgers.

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