Centrical plan spaces of Villa Adriana: anticipation of new aesthetics

Sergio Di Tondo &
Villa Adriana was created as a place aimed at architectural design experimentation, where the foundations for much subsequent architecture were laid: from Late Antiquity to the Baroque. In particular Hadrian wanted to exhibit in his grand palace a series of pavilions, characterized by new shapes and constructive techniques that can be considered real prototypes. Through the laser scanner survey technologies, some of these famous buildings have been analyzed and studied by means of innovative methods...
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