Style of brunelleschi compare with michelozzo
Michelozzo, who studied with Ghilberti and later worked with Donatello, made a name for himself as an able and concrete interpreter of Brunelleschi's difficult concepts in terms that were more acceptable to the local Florentine culture of the time. Brunelleschi's calculated linear designs are reduced to a synthetic simplicity: the surfaces of Brunelleschi's walls treated as unsubstantial screens once again acquire a sober and yet substantial solidity. In any case some of the most interesting aspects of Michelozzo's work derive from a genuine adhesion to some of Brunelleschi's specific types. The square module flanked on one of the sides by a smaller square with lateral service premises (Old Sacristy, Pazzi Chapel) is adopted by Michelozzo in the small church of Trebbio, in the chapels of the Noviziato in S. Croce and in Palazzo Medici in Via Larga (now Via Cavour), in the sacristy in S. Marco, in the convent church of S. Maria Maddalena in Val di Mugnone, and the use of the barrel vault over the connecting spaces in the internal sequences of complex structures reappears in S. Croce and in S. Marco. the use of round-arched colonade, although larger, in the open colonade court of the palazzo medici, is similar as well.