18/02/2018
Touches of Renaissance: Studying Renaissance Architecture in its Authentic Place


EACH WORKSHOP IS MADE UP BY 3 DIFFERENT PHASES:

1) BEFORE the workshop: each group of university students from a different country must prepare a preliminary work, to be presented in Florence.

2) DURING the workshop there will be formed different international mixed groups of students; each international group will present a final work at the end of the week.

3) AFTER the workshop: once coming back home, each national group of university students will prepare a final version of the project.


Project phase: AFTER


PROJECT LEADER:
Prof. Bohumil Fanta, Professor at the Czech Technical University in Prague, Faculty of Architecture, Czech Republic

PROJECT LEADER E-MAIL:
fantaboh@fa.cvut.cz








PARTECIPANTS:
Odessa State Academy of Civil Engineering and Arrchitecture. Prof. Nadiya Yeksaryova. Student: Dmytro Mironov, Kseniya Gerasymova, Olga Polonska, Oleksandra Tymofyeyeva,.


AFTER THE WORKSHOP

Palazzo Bartolini-Salimbeni Is a palace from late Renaissance in the historival centre of Firenze; the palace is situated between La Pizza Santa Trinita and Via Tornabuoni, in front of La Colonna della Giustizia. History Originally there was the house of Soldanieri who had there a public-house which felt into property of family Dati, acquired by Bartolomeo Bartolini-Salimbeni as his residence palace after his departure from Palazzo Bartolini-Torrigiani in 1555. Tha palace was build by Baccio d’Agnolo between February 1520 and May 1523 as il Libro della Mauraglia informs us – it is an accountant book where secret partner Giovanni Bartolini noted every charge used for realization for tha palace; it is indicated that the architect reveived two florins per month. The family Bartolini-Salimbeni lived there until the beginning of l’Ottocento. Rented to a couple of strangers, tha palace was open in 1839 as the hotel for famous personalities visiting Firenze, between them Herman Melville. In 1863 tha palace was required by Prince Pio de Savoi and divided into more proprietorships, but finally united in the 20th century. Restoration took place in 1961 and the palace is in private property. Architecture It’s an important palace who helps us to understand residence architecture of Firenze because it was the very first example of Roman Renaissance: firstly criticised but then copied in huge amount. Tha façade includes many new features not know before: windows bordered by the columns, with tympans with pediments triangular or in the shape of arc, instead of traditional arcs. There are the niches – originally with statues but because it was criticised and refused as a church feature, they were pruned away. There are the ledges marcapiano (indicating the floors) with friezes considerably salient – creating net shadows – an plastic affect never seen on the palaces of Quattrocento.



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Czech Technical University Prague, Faculty of Architecture
Prof. Bohumil Fanta, Doc. Eva Fantová, Klára Brůhová, Anna Beránková, Jakub Vysoký, Michal Bednář
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Slovak Technical University, Faculty of Architecture
Ing. arch. Nadežda Hrašková, PhD., Michaela Kesanová, Adriana Slabejová, Jozef Veselovský, Radovan Zelik
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Warsaw University of Technology, Faculty of Architecture
Prof. Robert M. Kunkel, Urszula Koziarska, Mateusz Potempski, Maja Wieczorek, Leszek Włochyński
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Odessa State Academy of Civil Engineering and Arrchitecture. Prof. Nadiya Yeksaryova. Student: Dmytro Mironov, Kseniya Gerasymova, Olga Polonska, Oleksandra Tymofyeyeva,.
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