From Bramante to Baroque

By Jonathan Lo & Andrew Nip

Merging the ideals of the past with that of contemporary Christian inspiration, Donato Bramante brought about changes to Renaissance architecture, paving the way for the more elaborate Baroque period that would follow. The cloister in Santa Maria della Pace, just west of Piazza Navona, is a space where Bramante was exploring how space could be arranged in the Renaissance ideals. The Tempietto embodies the Renaissance ideals of the circular form and refers to human proportions in its layout and design.

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