Palladian

  • (adj): Referring to or relating to or having the style of architecture created by Andrea Palladio.
    Example: "The much imitated arch and column compositions known as the Palladian motif"

Some articles on palladian:

Benjamin Bastard
... Bastard was responsible for the Palladian Sherborne House, at Sherborne in Dorset built in the 1720s ... Baroque period which immediately predated the Palladian period ... and the balustrade concealing the roof line are devoid of ornament in the Palladian tradition ...
John M. Johansen - Career
... In some of his houses, Johansen utilized Palladian elements such as the grotto, the classic cross plan, and the Palladian prototype of the central ... The Palladian prototype is most noticeably present in Villa Ponte, or the Warner House, built in 1957 in New Canaan, Connecticut ...
Hagley Hall - House
... Prior to the construction of the current Palladian mansion by the 1st Lord Lyttelton, the house was described as "convenient and built mostly of wood" ... The fashion for Neo-Palladian houses had started in London between 1715 and 1720 ... Notable Neo-Palladian features incorporated into Hagley Hall include the plain exterior and the corner towers with pyramidal roofs (a feature first used by Inigo Jones in the design of Wilton ...
Joseph Smith (1682–1770) - "Consul" Smith
... he commissioned Antonio Visentini to redesign the façade in the Palladian style ... Further neo-Palladian structures in a veduta ideata fantasy setting commissioned by Consul Smith are the series of eleven paintings commissioned in 1746 from Francesco Zuccarelli and Antonio ...
Prudence Crandall House - Construction and Architecture
... pediment at the eaves above a projecting pavilion at center of the facade, which carries a Palladian window lighting the stair hall at second floor level and an elaborate ... also in miniature the elements of the Palladian window, which exhibits keystone arches and Gothic arch muntins in the large section." The Gothic pattern is "repeated in the lunette occupying the tympanum of the roof-lin ...