tempietto

tempietto

A small temple, especially one of ornamental character, during the Renaissance or later; many such structures were constructed in the gardens of imposing country houses.
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Por el significado simbolico de este espacio, no es de extranar que para el lugar de la reserva de las hostias consagradas se pensara hacer una microarquitectura que recordara el Santo Sepulcro, con una estructura de templete de dos cuerpos, como habia empleado Bramante en el tempietto de San Pietro in Montorio de Roma, patrocinado por los Reyes Catolicos, especialmente difundido en Espana a partir de la publicacion del Tercer y Qvarto Libro de Architectura de Sebastian Serlio (18), con el que encontramos alguna semejanza, aunque por su finalidad y localizacion el tabernaculo presenta una singular decoracion, acorde con su destino, de la que carece el tempietto romano.
Grupo Zena de Restaurantes, the operator of the Il Tempietto and Foster's Hollywood chains, and Restauravia Food, the company behind La Tagliatella, were the second and third leading chained players in the channel in terms of value in 2014.
Thus Sylvia arranged for his funeral to be held at the Tempietto Egizio (the little Egyptian Temple) in Campo Verano.
Peter's martyrdom, a circular cloister to be built around the Tempietto (1502).
Many visitors to Rome will have climbed the Janiculum to see Bramante's Tempietto in the courtyard of San Pietro in Montorio, but may not have looked into the adjoining church and found the Pieta Chapel, which was decorated by Van Baburen and De Haen around 1617-19.
Its sheer size and its giant, circular a roofed tempietto rose fifty feet above the building, appearing as an altar and earning the building the nickname, "the Jewish Temple of Finance." (95) The bank's facade and marble interior was discussed in detail on the pages of the New York Architectural Digest.
He personally later commissioned the Tempietto (1819) in Possagno where he and his brother, who inherited the statue from him in 1822, were buried.
Connessioni e divergenze rispetto alla costituzione dell'oggettivita e alla possibilita della metafisica", en VV.AA.: Edith Stein donna europea, Centro culturale Il Tempietto, Genova 2004, pp.
And yet, the primary inspiration for the pavilion, a delightfully domed rotunda that stands between these two spaces, is Bramante's Tempietto in Rome, as well as a number of round or octagonal buildings at the center of such famous paintings as Perugino's "Christ Giving the Keys to Saint Peter," in the Sistine Chapel.