Renaissance Architecture: Innovations and Icons

During the Renaissance, architecture stood out profoundly in innovation and iconic structures. The revival of ancient Roman and Greek architecture, classical principles and humanism were the central characteristics of this period. Domes, symmetrical designs, the revival of the arch are some salient features of this innovation. Iconic structures like Brunelleschi’s dome in Florence Cathedral and Palladio’s Villa Rotonda showcased mastery in proportion and harmony.

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