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Andrea Palladio

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Andrea Palladio
(1508-1580)

Basilica Palladiana
Dates: 1546 (built: 1549-1614)
Location: in the central Piazza dei Signori in Vicenza, Italy.
Type: Basilica
Dimensions: 82 metres high, with a square base of seven metres and a considerable inclination.
Villa Barbaro (Villa di Maser)
Dates: 1554 (built: 1554-1558)
Location: Maser, Italy.
Type: Villa
The ground floor plan is complex - rectangular with perpendicular rooms on a long axis, the central block projects is designed to resemble the portico of Roman temple.
Villa Foscari
Dates: 1554 (built: 1560-1565)
Location: Mira, Italy.
Type: Villa
Materials: Brick and Plaster
Villa Emo
Dates: 1556 ( built: 1559-1565)
Location: in the village of Fanzolo di Vedelago.
Type: Villa
Villa Capra "La Rotonda"
Dates: 1566 (built: 1567-1605)
Location: Vicenza, Italy.
Type: Villa.
Quattro Libri dell' Architettura
Published in 1570 in Venice, Italy.
Type: Book
It contains illustrations of the classical orders and descriptions of Palladio's architecture, including the Roman buildings he admired. Palladio produced a style of refined classical architecture that was in direct contrast to the more elaborate ornamentation and forms.
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Basilica Palladiana
<http://www.epalladio.com/img_b/basilica.jpg>
Villa Barbaro ( Villa di Maser)
<http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/d/d8/VillaBarbaro_2007_07_08_01_retouched.jpg>
Villa Foscari
<http://static.digischool.nl/ckv2/ckv3/utopia/palladio/foscari1.jpg>
Villa Emo
<http://www.casemuseoitalia.it/img/HouseMuseums/Vedelago_Villa_Emo_08.jpg>
Villa Capra "La Rotonda"
<https://blacknuba.files.wordpress.com/2010/12/villa-rotonda-andrea-palladio.jpg>
Quattro Libri dell' Architettura
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The most notable feature is the loggias, which associated with the use of Palladian windows later in Renaissance architecture and classical buildings.
It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and it is located in the middle of the flourishing estate whose Historic Winery produces great quality of wines. The fruits of the vines have played a central part in the life of the villa and are sources of joy and pride for the owner. Inside the villa, Paolo Veronese created a cycle of frescoes, which is considered of the most extraordinary mural paintings.
The villa provides especially effective evidence of Palladio's ability to achieve monumental effects while using poor materials: brick and plaster.
It is one of Palladio's most spacious, is of a residence completely open to the surrounding countryside, simple but imposing, evocative of the classical image but well-suited to the practicalities of daily life, with the activities of the farm labourers and the intellectual employment of the owner and his circle gathered together under one roof.
It is probably the best known of Palladio's many villas. It is a unique structure since it is a square structure with a domed rotunda. The concept used totally represents the Renaissance worldview.
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