Palladio Study Guide - Palladio Basilica Vicenza Italy...

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Basilica, Vicenza, Italy Palladio ca. 1549
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Basilica, Vicenza, Italy Palladio ca. 1549 New exterior to the medieval city hall of brick and wood New structure is both self supporting and stabilizing the existing building two levels, loggias of Istrian stone surround the hall Lower level Doric major and minor order; Second level Ionic Major orders engaged in piers of the arcade and carry entablature Minor orders are freestanding but weight-bearing Together: serliana openings Balustrade completes the elevation with statuary on pedestals above the engaged columns and projecting entablature Flanking openings of the serlianas are adjusted to the irregular openings of the original structure
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Basilica, Vicenza, Italy Palladio ca. 1549
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Palazzo Chiericati, Vicenza, Italy Palladio 1550
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Palazzo Chiericati, Vicenza, Italy Palladio 1550 two-level city palace at the end of the Corso Palladio facing a large public open space symmetrical rectilinear façade with central block stepping forward two loggias:
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