Locate at least two architectural works that were influenced by Greco-Roman architecture. These can be from any time period after the Greco-Roman period but should be from different periods themselves (e.g., one from Renaissance and one from Baroque). Then address the following:
- What is the function of each structure?
- How does each work exhibit influence of the Greco-Roman period? Is the influence specifically Greek, Etruscan, or Roman – or a combination?
- How would you compare the two selected works? Take the role of the evaluative critic.
Influences of Ancient Architecture
Numerous architectural works after the Greco-Roman period were influenced by the architecture from this period. One example is the Tempietto del Bramante which is located in the courtyard of the church of San Pietro in Rome..…………for help with this assignment contact us via email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Another example of architectural works inspired by Greco-Roman architecture is the St. Peter’s Square, located in front of St. Peter’s Basilica church in Vatican City. The square is a large plaza that was designed in the 17th century to hold over 250000 people infant of the church. St. Peter’s Square is greatly inspired by Greek architecture especially considering that it is encircled by a Doric colonnade and has a facade with a high of 150 feet high and a width of 376 feet which includes a huge order of Corinthian columns. …………for help with this assignment contact us via email Address: email@example.com
Compared to the Tempietto del Bramante, the St. Peter’s Square pushes to limits the ideal of Renaissance, which favored proportion, balance, and symmetry (Martin & Jacobus, 2018) …………for help with this assignment contact us via email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org