history of western architecture?

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Re: history of western architecture?

Postby Jeff Williams » Fri Jul 15, 2011 9:09 pm

Ancient Greece is the birthplace of European culture, Ancient Greek building first of its kind to open in Europe architecture. Ancient Greek period of development is roughly 8 to the 1st century BC, that is, until the annexation to Greece by the Roman.The structure of an ancient Greek building beam system, the early building are used stone mainly. Although the ancient Greek architectural forms change little, interior space closed simple.However, later the architect of many schools, have been drawing on ancient Greek architecture.
In architecture, the legacy of the ancient Greeks, there are two themes that one is the image of Greek architecture model contains, the second aspect is the Greek view of the nature of the building.

This is just about the ancient Greek architectural brief。 :D

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