re-interpreting the baroque
In the Fall of 2007, 22 students in the Rensselaer School of Architecture Roman Studies Program studio explored how geometry operates in Italian Baroque architecture, and our research led to the publication: Re-Interpreting the Baroque. Led by studio coordinator, Andrew Saunders, students formatted research, images, and analysis into a coherent document covering a diverse range of Baroque architectural examples from Rome and Turin, Italy.
Team Members: Christine Eromenok, Michelle Schrank, Roman Studies Program
Coordinator: Andrew Saunders