Architecture Test 2 GRCC

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    • Palatine Chapel
    • 800CE
    • Early Medieval
    • -Fusion of early Christian and Roman styles
    • -Has a complex exterior design
    • Speyer Cathedral
    • 1060CE
    • Romanesque
    • -The epitome of Romanesque architecture
    • -First to use groin vaults
    • Barromini, S. Carlo alle Quattro Fontane
    • 1634CE
    • Baroque
    • -Shows Barromini's preference for the Oval
    • -Known for its dramatic dome
    • Pisa Cathedral
    • 1060CE
    • Romanesque
    • -Has a poly-chrome exterior
    • -Is known for its highly ornamented facade
    • St. Sernin
    • 1077CE
    • Romanesque
    • -Greatly influenced by Old St. Peter's
    • -Known for its monumental westwork
    • St. Denis
    • 1137CE
    • Gothic
    • -The first Gothic church
    • -The burial places for saints and royalty
    • Notre-Dame Cathedral
    • 1230CE
    • Gothic
    • -First to extensively use flying buttresses
    • -The model for Gothic architecture
    • Chartres Cathedral
    • 1230CE
    • Gothic
    • -Transepts and double aisles allow for good traffic flow
    • -Rose window was paid for by the queen of France
    • Salisbury Cathedral
    • 1245CE
    • Gothic
    • -The English take on Gothic
    • -Has a square apse and dual transept
    • Sainte-Chapelle
    • 1245CE
    • Gothic
    • -7/8 of the structure is glass
    • -Meant to give a spiritual experience
    • Milan Cathedral
    • 1500CE
    • Gothic
    • -Milan's interpretation of Gothic
    • -Encrusted with surface design
    • King's College Chapel
    • 1500CE
    • Gothic
    • -Known for flamboyant style
    • -Heavy repetition of ribs
    • Brunnelleschi, Florence Cathedral
    • 15th Century CE
    • Renaissance
    • -Highly innovative cupola design
    • -Used an innovative brick lay pattern
    • Bartolomeo, Medici Palace
    • 1444CE
    • Renaissance
    • -Recalls ancient Roman republic buildings
    • -Architecture became a metaphor for individual wealth
    • Alberti, S. Maria
    • 1470CE
    • Renaissance
    • -Recalls ancient Roman structure
    • -Gothic structure with a Renaissance facade
    • Alberti, S. Andrea
    • 1472CE
    • Renaissance
    • -Heavily relies on ancient Roman styles
    • -Known for its giant pilasters
    • Bramante, Tempietto
    • 1502CE
    • Renaissance
    • -Thought to be the place Peter was martyred
    • -Influenced by the Pantheon
    • Romano, Palazzo del Te
    • 1525CE
    • Renaissance
    • -Originally was a stud farm
    • -Mannerist architecture (known for drama)
    • Michelangelo, St. Peter's
    • 1546CE
    • Renaissance
    • -Unifies and simplifies Bramante's plan
    • -Elongated to give it a basilica-like style
    • Vignola/della Porta, Il Gesu
    • 1576CE
    • Baroque
    • -Open aisle-less barrel vaulted interior
    • -Vignola designed the interior, della Porta designed the facade

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