Sinan : Architect of Suleyman the Magnificent and the Ottoman Golden Age : Compact Edition
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Yayıncı Thames & Hudson ( 08 / 2015 ) ISBN 9780500343111 | Ciltli | 15,01x21,01x2,21 cm. | İngilizce | 145 Sayfa | Türler Mimari
Sinan was the greatest architect of the Ottoman Golden Age of the sixteenth century when the Ottoman Empire reached its zenith of power and magnificence. His style marks the apogee of Turkish art. Under Süleyman the Magnificent and his succcessor Selim II, Sinan designed hundreds of buildings: mosques, palaces, tombs, mausolea, hospitals, schools, caravanserai, bridges, aqueducts and baths, many of them presented and analysed in this book. In his greatest works, he adapted Byzantine and Islamic styles to produce something quite new: a centralized organization of absolute space unhindered by pillars or columns and covered by a soaring dome. An architect of genius in a dynamic new empire expanding into both Asia and Europe, he was a true man of the Renaissance.