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15 Dec 18
Begüm Karya Aydaş

Humanist Italy Public Places and Private Places of the Renaissance The Renaissance also known as the movement to revive ancient Greco-Roman culture began with the Italian merchants educating the younger generation as humanists with using Greek and Latin sources. The architects in Florence did not just copy the antiquity but search for the underlying principles […]

15 Dec 18
SenzaNubi

Giuseppe Sandro Mela 2018-12-15. «Once considered the motor of the European Union, the German-French partnership no longer has the clout it once did» * «That has recently become apparent in struggling efforts to reform the common currency zone» * «Wopke Hoekstra, finance minister for the Netherlands …. The lanky man who had managed to infuriate […]

15 Dec 18
desdelanubeblog

De paso [Albanta, 1978] Decir espera es un crimen, decir mañana es igual que matar, ayer de nada nos sirve, las cicatrices no ayudan a andar. Sólo morir permanece como la más inmutable razón, vivir es un accidente, un ejercicio de gozo y dolor. Que no, que no, que el pensamiento no puede tomar asiento, […]

15 Dec 18
AUTOPSIA

La cultura es el hábitat de la convivencia como la naturaleza es el de la vida. Entre las dos hay elementos comunes y diferencias importantes basadas en el distinto significado de cada una; así, mientras que la naturaleza es un proceso “natural” sometido a las leyes del universo, la cultura es una construcción artificial bajo […]

15 Dec 18
Öykü Akgünlü

     The Renaissance started in Italy because of the Greco-Roman roots they have in culture and in their territory. Also, Italy had most of the remains of ancient Rome. Among the merchants, there were humanist scholars and they were the pioneers of the Renaissance. The Medici family was the controller of the patronage of […]

15 Dec 18
Stairway to Architecture

I recently had a chance to read about renaissance and Ottoman Empire architecture. Here are small summaries of what I understood. Renaissance Renaissance, meaning the rebirth of Grecko Roman culture grew on Italy, where ruins of ancient Rome were the most ledgible. It was mostly about humanity these days. Since the educated people were using […]

15 Dec 18
Architect in the making

The Greco-Roman revival of the medieval ages, now called as the Renaissance, was born in Florence, around 14th century. It was an age of humanity, enriched by the poets of the era. The spread of humanity pushed the use of all-antica details of Greco-Roman culture, yet what the artists did was beyond copying. They discovered the […]

15 Dec 18
Mi Bonito website 1423

Si esta es la única cerradura de la puerta de su piso, si se quiere seguridad real, debe considerar además del cambio del bombín viejo, la instalación de un cerrojo de seguridad por encima de la cerradura, ya que una cerradura cilíndrica da básicamente poquísima resistencia al robo. Cerrajeros son salvadores, pues son el pueblo […]

15 Dec 18
Becoming an Architect In The Future

Renaissance is what brings the ancient Greco-Roman culture into the Italian soil. The new style of symmetry, correct proportions and classical columns are inspired from the popes. During fifteenth and sixteenth century, Italian designers were sent for by Russia and Poland to work on their symbolic projects. Humanist Italy (Public Spaces and Private Palaces of […]

15 Dec 18
Journey of an Architecture Student

Public Spaces and Private Palaces of the Renaissance In the fourteenth and fifteenth-century Florence become the centre of the Renaissance which is a movement to revive ancient Greco Roman culture. This movement began with the leaders of the Italian merchant republics. They were seen as Latin and Greek sources of history, science,  philosophy, art and […]

15 Dec 18
Just an Architecture Student

Humanist Italy Renaissance also knows as the movement to revive ancient Greco-Roman culture had some effects on Florence. The artists and architects in Florence had not only copied thee antiquity but also discovered some principles of design in order to surpass their models. Painters led the way by perfecting perspective vision, a scientific mode of […]

15 Dec 18
Semihcan Esin

The leaders of the Italian merchant republic who educated their youth as humanists, provided to expose ancient Greek and Latin sources of history, science, philosophy, art and poetry so Humanism was began. It spread to all arts and also architecture which associated all’antica details from Greco-Roman culture. Even though, the artists and architects were copying […]

15 Dec 18
Estudio de Decoracion, Diseno y Arquitectura

Luigi Colani. Escultor, pintor, ingeniero de vuelo, urbanista, diseñador industrial y técnico. Luigi Colani (1928, Berlín, Alemania) es un diseñador industrial de madre polaca y de ascendencia kurda por parte de padre. A pesar de los orígenes de su padre -que trabajó como arquitecto de cine- éste nació en Madulain (cerca de St. Moritz, en el este […]

15 Dec 18
Beril Deren Şimşek

The idea of a ‘renaissance’, the rebirth of ancient Greco-Roman culture, grew on Italy, where the ruins of ancient Rome were much in evidence. Humanist Italy|1350-1500 Public Spaces and Private Palaces of the Renaissance Renaissance began with the Italian merchant republics who educated their youngs as humanists, exposing them to ancient Greek and Latin sources […]