Thursday, March 26, 2009
Goldberger, in The New Yorker magazine, provides a crisp critique that describes Palladio as "a modern architect, not a copyist. It was the new ideas that mattered." It is not often that Palladio is described as a modernist. But, Goldberger defends this idea, by claiming that Palladio's designs went beyond any known style. Here's the link for your reading pleasure. (Please note: Sorry, a commercial "dashboard" may cover the article. Just click the "close" button.).