Some of the grandiose architecture in Miami are works of art.
I was doing some research on architecture and was reading about Vitruvius, a roman architect, engineer, etc. in and around 1st century. He stated that a good building should satisfy the three principles of firmitatis utilitatis venustatis. Roughly translated, one of those principles are:
- Venustatis (Beauty)- it should delight people and raise their spirits.
Looking at these building did delighted us and raises our spirits as we happened upon them. We were in awe of these majestic beauties.
Especially this building-
The colors and the geometric shapes really popped-out at me.
Miami is very colorful and pleasing to the eyes.
I also learned that the notes on Leonard da Vinci’s famous drawing, The Vitruviam Man, are based on the work of architect Vitruvius.
How ’bout dat!
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