For the story of Brunelleschi’s dome, his magnum opus, we travel back in time to Florence, a city already captured by the Renaissance movement and poised to become the epicentre of creativity, innovation and affluence, and yet flummoxed by the challenge of completing the dome of the Florence Cathedral, the city’s grand structure. To find a solution to this problem as well as establish their ingenuity, the Arte della Lana (the most prominent wool guild) announced an architecture competition.
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June - July 2020