The Renaissance, Geometry and Architecture
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- Rinaldi, P. Nexus Netw J (2000) 2: 155. doi:10.1007/s00004-999-0017-5
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Students at the Istituto statale d’arte in Monza were asked to consider the Renaissance man as a model for interdisciplinary studies in a project in which they analyzed works of architecture and geometry texts of the Renaissance.