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Renaissance Architecture

Key Figures and example
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Sasha .

on 27 April 2010

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Transcript of Renaissance Architecture

THE RENAISSANCE ARCHITECTURE

BY: SASHA BOND SMITH MEDEIVAL RENAISSANCE RENAISSANCE MEDEIVAL MEDEIVAL MEDEIVAL WE ALL kNOW ARCHITECTure affected the renaissance but who affected architecture LEONARDO
DAVINCI MICHELANGELO KEY FIGUREs AND EXAMPLES AND ALSO FILIPpo brunelleschi BUT WHAT DID THEY ALL DO LEONARDo DAVINCI: WHAT DID HE DO Leonardo was one of the most important arhcitects in the renaissance time. He made designs and inspired people with his geometrical knowledge and his great imagination. FILIPo BRUNELLESCHI: WHAT DId he do Developed first in Florence, with Filippo Brunelleschi as one of its innovators, the Renaissance style quickly spread to other Italian cities and then to France, Germany, England, Russia and elsewhere. MICHELANGELO: WHAT did he do Michelangelo Buonarroti was principally a sculptor and always claimed that architecture was not his profession; but, with a sculptor's vision, he saw buildings as dynamic organisms - metaphors of the human body - and he designed some of the most impressive architecture in all history. Among his best-known buildings are the Medici Chapel and the Laurentian Library in Florence; the Capitoline Hill, St Peter's and the Porta Pia in Rome
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