HOA322 Early Renaissance Architecture in Italy 1400–1529 (Fall, Spring)

Architectural theory and design in Italy from 1400–1520, with a special emphasis on the humanistic tradition. Examines relationship of Early Renaissance architecture to classical and medieval precedents. Covers Brunelleschi, Michelozzo, Alberti, Francesco di Giorgio, Bramante and others. Cross-listed under ARC 335/635. 

Prerequisite: ARC /CAS 134 OR HOA 105 OR equivalent introductory history of art or history of architecture course.

Course-related fee: A fee will be charged for The Ideal City day trip and Florence site visits (2019–20 fee = $260).

Departments: Art & Design, History of Art, History of Music

Location: Florence

Semesters: Fall, Spring

Credits: 3