From: Senad Alibegović

The new emphasis on rationality, clarity and regularity of parts – their ratios and proportions shown in the first decades of XV century, although they found their roots in classical art and architecture, were something extremely new and contemporary. The artistic movement, later recognized as Renaissance, was something unexpectedly accepted and spread, firstly in Italy, and then in all other parts of Europe. After that, distinctive elements as oval (ellipse) shapes, concavity and convexity, curved lines and general playfulness with wall mass and space marked beginning of something named as Baroque. But why mentioning Renaissance and Baroque while trying to talk about future of architecture?!


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