Dissecting Classical Architecture

April 9, 2012 in History, Principles

This is the ninth part in a series where all of the contributors to this blog will outline what they mean by “classical architecture”. You can read the introduction here. This is only my second post, but I think it’s time to admit that I am not the best writer. And I tell really awful stories that usually include unnecessary details while leaving out (or forgetting) the most important facts or punch lines. As I was dwelling on this fact tonight and getting a bit intimidated about how to organize the notes I had started jotting down, I remembered that blogging doesn’t have
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