02 April 2019

PRIVACY Scholar Rikke Lyngsø Christensen gave public lecture at KADK

Due to technological advancement, architecture gradually developed from a lesser-regarded craft trade to a more intellectual discipline during the Renaissance.

In the public lecture 'Renaissance drawings and treatises', Rikke Lyngsø Christensen pointed to examples from a.o. Raphael, Baldassare Peruzzi, Sebastiano Serlio and Andrea Palladio to show how the architect of the Renaissance experimented in their drawings and systematized their findings in treatises.