Renaissance Style

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Victoria And Albert Museum - Architecture of The Museum - Victorian Period
... of mosaic figures depicting famous European artists of the Medieval and Renaissance period were produced ... The style adopted for this part of the museum was Italian Renaissance, much use was made of terracotta, brick and mosaic, this north façade was intended as the ... Refreshment Room 1865–77 was designed in a Renaissance style by James Gamble, the walls and even the Ionic columns are covered in decorative and moulded ceramic tile ...
House Of Radziwiłł - Family Residences
... in 1626 and rebuilt it from 1662 to 1669 in the Renaissance style ... A masonry castle acquired in 1508 by Jerzy and later reconstructed by the family in the Renaissance style, it was the main seat of the Biržai-Dubingiai line ... Mir Castle Complex - A Gothic style castle that passed into the hands of Mikołaj Krzysztof "the Orphan" in 1568, it was finished in the Renaissance style ...
Santa Maria Dei Servi (Siena) - Interior
... A renaissance style has been adopted, the design of which is attributed to Baldassare Peruzzi ... the fourteenth or fifteenth century, as seen in the interior of a Latin cross, where the Gothic style of the transept and apse joins the Renaissance style of the three aisles ... The Renaissance style does not continue into the transept and apse, which are in the Gothic style ...
Market Square (Lviv) - Houses - Western Side
... Renaissance style, built in 1570 for the Scholz-Wolf family, which came to Lviv from Silesia ... Renaissance style, remodelled in 1920 in a modernistic style ... Renaissance, built in 1510 ...

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    Alexander Theroux (b. 1940)

    People nowadays like to be together not in the old-fashioned way of, say, mingling on the piazza of an Italian Renaissance city, but, instead, huddled together in traffic jams, bus queues, on escalators and so on. It’s a new kind of togetherness which may seem totally alien, but it’s the togetherness of modern technology.
    —J.G. (James Graham)