Vitruvian


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Vitruvian

In the style of architecture recorded by Vitruvius, a first century B.C. Roman architect and engineer, who wrote about the components and rules of design in a series of ten books, De Architectura; translations of this treatise have been a reference for designers in the Classical styles.
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Vitruvian focuses on investing in 'dynamic situations' in industries characterized by rapid growth and change, such as information technology, media, telecoms, financial services, business services, healthcare and leisure.
This rigorous study focuses on how humanist Daniele Barbaro and architect Andrea Palladio projected Vitruvian principles onto the Venetian cityscape as they produced their own influential works of architectural theory.
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The proportions of the metal affixed to the structures are based on the golden ratio, a mathematical constant long thought to order much of the world (such as the structure of the spiral in a nautilus shell, or in Leonardo da Vinci's sketch of Vitruvian Man.
Its statements are multi-layered and complex, its execution borrows from both American superhero comic books and Leonardo da Vinci's Vitruvian Man.
An idle internet search finds a site that indeed nominates the most boring book ever published--an obscure one-off book published in 1853 in New England featuring Leonardo's Vitruvian Man on the cover.
The major shareholder, London private equity firm Vitruvian Partners, which bought Latitude in December, 2007, for pounds 55m, had remained in control, while its management team increased its stake in the business.
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The performance makes reference to da Vinci's Vitruvian Man and the idea of the body as a machine by which the drawing is created.
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