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Physics, 30.11.2019 05:50 steviekeen3

In the chapter on "assembling the rooms" in the place of houses the houses of andrea palladio are discussed in terms of the way their rooms are arranged. (the villa rotunda which we discussed in an earlier lecture fits their descriplon perfectly.) which of the following best describes the observalons made there?
a. palladio's villa plans are frequently organized around a great room onto which other rooms open. this room provides the basis for arranging everything else.
b. palladio's villas generally consist of rooms loosely bunched informally along
c. palladio's villas are always long thin buildings which enfront the street on their long side. all rooms look out on the street.

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