Monthly Archives: June 2017

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17 06, 2017

Bramante’s Tempietto and St. Peter’s Crucifixion

2018-09-07T13:01:49+00:00 17 June 2017|Categories: Without category|

The cloister next to St. Peter's Church in Montorio contains one of the most beautiful architectural creations in the world, the Tempietto of Bramante, probably built between 1502 and 1507, with later modifications such as the access to the crypt through a double staircase, designed by Bernini. The Tempietto marks the spot where it was [...]

3 06, 2017

Central Park: a natural-built landscape

2018-09-07T13:02:29+00:00 3 June 2017|Categories: Educational, Infrastructure|

Central Park, the first large public space landscaped in the United States of America, was created in the 1850s as an antidote to social unrest, largely as a result of the country's first wave of immigration, and a serious public health crisis, caused by harmful environmental conditions. Proponents of park creation - especially wealthy merchants [...]

3 06, 2017

The Method in Classical Architecture

2018-09-07T13:03:04+00:00 3 June 2017|Categories: Without category|

The choice of the name Method for the company stems from the fact that this element, however small, plays an important role in the whole of Classical Greek architecture. Tell a story. Transmits information. It has a function. Like our office, we are always aware of the details that make all the difference. The Doric [...]