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The 5 classical orders of architecture as shown in Vincenzo Scamozzi's 'L'Idea della Archittetura Universale from 1615. From left to right : 1) The Composite or Roman Corithian order, the most delicate of all types deemed suitable by the Renaissance architects for churches dedicated to female saints. It is called composite because of the combination of Corinthian and Ionic elements. 2) The Corinthian order with its elaborated capitals the most ornate of the classical/Greek orders and…

The 5 classical orders of architecture as shown in Vincenzo Scamozzi's 'L'Idea della Archittetura Universale from 1615. From left to right : 1) The Composite or Roman Corithian order, the most delicate of all types deemed suitable by the Renaissance architects for churches dedicated to female saints. It is called composite because of the combination of Corinthian and Ionic elements. 2) The Corinthian order with its elaborated capitals the most ornate of the classical/Greek orders and…

'Le Cinq Ordres d'Architecture' by Claude Perrault (1693). The five orders of architecture: Tuscan, Doric, Ionic, Corinthian and Composite. The second, third and fourth are the Greek orders. The Romans added the first and last order which are modifications of the Greek orders. The orders become more and more gracious/feminine in their proportions and can be used stacked vertically in one building. The most sturdy ones always lower then the more slender ones. Never the other way around.

'Le Cinq Ordres d'Architecture' by Claude Perrault (1693). The five orders of architecture: Tuscan, Doric, Ionic, Corinthian and Composite. The second, third and fourth are the Greek orders. The Romans added the first and last order which are modifications of the Greek orders. The orders become more and more gracious/feminine in their proportions and can be used stacked vertically in one building. The most sturdy ones always lower then the more slender ones. Never the other way around.

Detalle del David de Miguel Angel

Detalle del David de Miguel Angel

Filippo Brunelleschi: Iglesia de san Lorenzo.

Filippo Brunelleschi: Iglesia de san Lorenzo.

FILIPPO BRUNELLESCHI: Cúpula de Santa Maria del Fiori (Florencia). Representación gráfica del sistema de doble cúpula usado por el arquitecto.

FILIPPO BRUNELLESCHI: Cúpula de Santa Maria del Fiori (Florencia). Representación gráfica del sistema de doble cúpula usado por el arquitecto.

Filippo Brunelleschi, Schema della cupola della Cattedrale di Santa Maria del Fiore, 1420-1436, Firenze

Filippo Brunelleschi, Schema della cupola della Cattedrale di Santa Maria del Fiore, 1420-1436, Firenze

Albernaz o moço 1666

Albernaz o moço 1666

446 anos de Fundação do Rio de Janeiro - Postado na data de 3/3/2011

446 anos de Fundação do Rio de Janeiro - Postado na data de 3/3/2011

Historia del Arte: Catedral de Chartres. Planta con gran cabecera, gran deambulatorio, corona de cinco capillas desiguales, dos pequeños enlaces, puentes. Todas las irregularidades son por el condicionamiento de la cripta románica que se mantuvo al construir la catedral.

Historia del Arte: Catedral de Chartres. Planta con gran cabecera, gran deambulatorio, corona de cinco capillas desiguales, dos pequeños enlaces, puentes. Todas las irregularidades son por el condicionamiento de la cripta románica que se mantuvo al construir la catedral.

HIGH GOTHIC in France, Nave, Chartres Cathedral, 1140-50.  Because Chartres was completed in a relatively short time. The view of the master builder was realized and Chartes is considered a cathedral with great unity of design.

HIGH GOTHIC in France, Nave, Chartres Cathedral, 1140-50. Because Chartres was completed in a relatively short time. The view of the master builder was realized and Chartes is considered a cathedral with great unity of design.