Santa Maria Novella

designed by Alberti, clearly shows the strict rule of Classical western style. In contrast, as you see the columns in the great mosque of Cordoba, the axial, processional space of the Christian church gives way to a nondirectional space. It is clear counter example to classical architecture. 
used in Stan Allen’s text. 

Santa Maria Novella

designed by Alberti, clearly shows the strict rule of Classical western style. In contrast, as you see the columns in the great mosque of Cordoba, the axial, processional space of the Christian church gives way to a nondirectional space. It is clear counter example to classical architecture. 

used in Stan Allen’s text. 

Santa Maria Novella

designed by Alberti, clearly shows the strict rule of Classical western style. In contrast, as you see the columns in the great mosque of Cordoba, the axial, processional space of the Christian church gives way to a nondirectional space. It is clear counter example to classical architecture. 
used in Stan Allen’s text. 

Santa Maria Novella

designed by Alberti, clearly shows the strict rule of Classical western style. In contrast, as you see the columns in the great mosque of Cordoba, the axial, processional space of the Christian church gives way to a nondirectional space. It is clear counter example to classical architecture. 

used in Stan Allen’s text. 

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An Architecture Theory Rolodex compiled from classmates presentations and readings throughout ARCH 5302. Use the links and tags to find containing cross-referenced entries for the architects, critics, buildings, titles and concepts that we have visited this semester.

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