ANDREA PALLADIO 1508 – 1580
An immutable presence across cultures and continents. Andrea Palladio was an Italian Renaissance architect whose classical order and organization of form set the architectural standard of Europe, and whose understanding of drama created a design language that has become ubiquitous. Many of our banks, churches, and public buildings reflect his influence. He is most remembered for his country houses and villas, such as Villa La Rotonda, near Vicenza. The entire building was proportioned with mathematical precision according to Palladio’s own rules of architecture, which he published* and became widely distributed.
PALLADIAN WIDE PLANK EUROPEAN OAK FLOORS
VILLA ROTONDA DEL PALLADIO
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