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Interpreting the Renaissance : princes, cities, architects

Autore: Manfredo Tafuri
Editore: New Haven [Conn.] : Yale University Press ; Cambridge, Mass. : In Association with Harvard University Graduate School of Design, ©2006.
Serie: Harvard University Graduate School of Design series.
Edizione/Formato:   Libro : EnglishVedi tutte le edizioni e i formati
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"Manfredo Tafuri (1935-1994) is acknowledged as one of Italy's most influential architectural historians. In his final work, Interpreting the Renaissance, published here in English for the first time, Tafuri analyzes Renaissance architecture from a variety of perspectives, exploring questions that occupied him for over thirty years: What theoretical terms were used to describe the humanist analogy between  Per saperne di più…
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Tipo materiale: Risorsa internet
Tipo documento: Book, Internet Resource
Tutti gli autori / Collaboratori: Manfredo Tafuri
ISBN: 0300111584 9780300111583
Numero OCLC: 63125937
Nota sulla lingua: Translated from the Italian.
Note: Originally published in Italian 1992.
Translated from the Italian.
Riconoscimenti: Winner of RIBA International Book Awards: The Sir Nikolaus Pevsner International Book Award for Architecture 2007.
Descrizione: xxxi, 408 p., [128] p. of plates : ill., maps ; 27 cm.
Contenuti: A search for paradigms: project, truth, artifice --
Cives esse non licere: Nicholas V and Leon Battista Alberti --
Princes, cities, architects --
Jugum meum suave est: architecture and myth in the era of Leo X --
Roma coda mundi: the sack of Rome: rupture and continuity --
The Granada of Charles V: palace and mausoleum --
Venetian epilogue: Jacopo Sansovino from inventio to consuetudo.
Titolo della serie: Harvard University Graduate School of Design series.
Altri titoli: Ricerca del Rinascimento.
Responsabilità: Manfredo Tafuri ; translated by Daniel Sherer ; foreword by K. Michael Hays.
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Analyses Renaissance architecture from a variety of perspectives, exploring questions such as what theoretical terms were used to describe the humanist analogy between architecture and language. This  Per saperne di più…

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