|The Italian Renaissance Villa La Rotonda, 1591, Vicenza, Italy, Andrea Palladio,|
is often considered the model for the best the style has to offer.
|A fairly modest Italian Renaissance home |
dating from the first decades of the 20th century.
|Authentically Italian design--a far cry from the highly Victorian Italianate style.|
|Modern day interpretations of the Italian Renaissance style often go well beyond the mere|
designation of big, approaching the realm of palatial as in this 2001 Dallas mansion.
|The Italian Renaissance was not limited to just Rome or Florence. As seen here|
in Villa Vizcaya overlookiing Biscayne Bay, Miami, FL, the city of Venice added a
romantic aura to the style.