Andrea Palladio


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highly original and much imitated Italian architect (1508-1580)

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Organized by ALA-Assoarchitetti, the Italian association for professional architects, Dedalo Minosse's Andrea Palladio International Prize is given to an architect's client who has distinguished himself through his work in the last 20 years.
2) Andrea Palladio, I quattro libri dell'architettura, eds Licisco Magagnato and Paola Marini (Milano: Edizioni Il Polifilo, [1570] 1980), II.
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.
Praises are due because of Burlington's revival of the fortune of Inigo Jones, 'that illustrious Architect, the Follower of our Andrea Palladio, that other great Light in this Art, whose works thro' my means were honoured by the generous Nobility of this Country with a Magnificent Edition'.
While architects have been making models since Andrea Palladio rose to prominence several centuries ago, the niche profession has grown up in the last few decades.
En la sintesis que aqui pretendemos realizar sobre Andrea Palladio y su obra, de modo que sea coherente y valida a pesar de todo, en los tres apartados o bloques basicos y fundamentales, a saber Palladio y las villas del Veneto; Palladio y Venecia y Palladio y Vicenza, contamos con un excelente instrumento y referente (50), cuyos sugestivos epigrafes incluso iremos resenando.
In the Doge's palace, the Church of San Sebastiano, the Villa Barbaro at Maser with the great architect Andrea Palladio, and churches and palaces all over the city, he extolled youth, beauty, and prodigious harvests in frescoes and oil paintings of enduring charm.
Some twentieth-century architects such as Le Corbusier might seem to have a better claim than Andrea Palladio (1508-80), but the Italian's buildings and his influential book I Quattro Libri del' Architettura (1570) have the advantage of age.
Architectural entries include not only enshrined figures such as Gian Lorenzo Bernini and Andrea Palladio, but also important innovators such as Pier Luigi Nervi, whose design of the George Washington Bridge Bus Terminal in New York embodies both the practical and the aesthetic aspects of construction, and Renzo Piano, whose thoughtful additions to the High Museum in Atlanta, Georgia, complement Richard Meier's distinctive original design.
While viewing the excellent images, they will learn that American Colonial buildings were influenced by the Italian architect Andrea Palladio as well as ancient Rome.
The Teatro Olimpico was designed by Andrea Palladio in 1580, the year of his death.
Apart from its natural beauty, the region is a treasure trove of architectural gems that spans Venice, Padua, Vicenza, Verona and includes villas designed by 16th century architect Andrea Palladio.
Architecture--Frank Lloyd Wright and Andrea Palladio
His latest books is The Perfect House: A Journey with the Renaissance Master Andrea Palladio (2002)