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Arch 3411 Week 14

by: Emma Norden

Arch 3411 Week 14 ARCH 3411

Emma Norden
U of M
Architecture History to 1750
Robert Ferguson

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Architecture History to 1750
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Date Created: 12/13/15
Arch 3411 Week 14 Donato Bramante Graphically active S Lorenzo Milan Massive rotunda Reconciliation of circle and square reunification of earth and heaven this becomes especially clear in plan drawing Santa Maria Milan presso San Satiro by Bramante 148292 Late Byzantine building Santa Maria built next to existing S Satiro ca 868 Deep chapel that is entirely illusory chapel appears to be very deep but this is not actually the case painted on ceiling S Pietro in Montorio Rome Tempietto Bramante begun 1502 Tempietto memorializes what is believed to be actual site Originially very ambitious plan but only part that was constructed was Tempietto Projective quality of columns and pilasters Pilasters and columns radiate out from center of circle re ecting purpose of church to carry gospel to others Martyrium Bramante based this on Round Temple by the Tiber 1 CE considered the temple of Hercules Is published in Sebastiano Serlio s book on antiquity Libro Terzo Venice 1540 Tempietto San Pietro and new basilica of St Peter now a rotunda yet unbuilt at the time were emphasized as being the most important in publication The Parchment Plan for St Peter s 1505 by Bramante Partial plan but if you double it you get Bramante s plan for basilica Reconciliation of circle and square and projection of light to four comers of world Vatican detail 1748 Gambattista Nolli Map Rome St Peter s is not that far from Bramante s intention for it 3 dimensionality and physicality of space makes Nolli Map very interesting Free standing buildings can be walked around but can t see it as an object can t view it as a whole unlike what we are used to St Peter s St Peter s drawn over plan Constantinian basilica and extended out Vatican Belvedere Reconstruction of Bramnte s plan ca 1505


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