Italy's classical architecture is studded with extraordinary achievements, and has no equal anywhere in the world. The villas and palaces of our cities look like our ancestors they had imagined, perfect and free from compromises sometimes dictated by the nature of the place or of the existing buildings, and sumptuous, as always were made to narrowness of funds or other negative contingencies .
The heritage of our ancestors has no equal in the history of the western world and maybe even ever. Their treaties have counted numerous reprints and translations into several languages, with the result that amplify the message and spread the classical Roman and Greek world, from America to New Zealand, well beyond the temporal perspectives that the author he could have imagined.
Michelangelo was an introverted artist and impulsive. Leonardo was an intelligence monster. Palladio was a balance and men's sizes, qualities that shine through even by his portraits, with an extraordinary sense of proportions and spatial relationships. These include the unique combinations have made the admired and appreciated genes from all cultures.
Architectural solution: Pier Carlo Bontempi
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