astylar


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lacking columns or pillars

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In another important article, Cinzia Sicca has demonstrated the extent to which Burlington's mature design depended on the example of the astylar buildings of Raphael and of his school in Rome and central Italy, for which theoretical support could be found in Alberti's precepts about the role of the wall in architecture.
He identifies a regular, astylar, hipped-roof manner, especially in less monumental designs of Jones, which--derived from Serlio--seems to be associated exclusively with Jones to the end of the 1620s.