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- Louis Le Vau, Charles Lebrun, and Claude Perrault, East Façade of the Louvre, Paris, 1667-70.
First metal reinforced architecture in france to achieve the big collumns
"painted on collumns were good enough for god but not the king of france"
like the front facade of Louie's domus, like a temple but bigger
- Thomas Jefferson, Monticello, Charlottesville, Virginia, 1770s-1809
Jefferson took a page from Palladio's book (literaly) and built this villa with a temple front and a dome (original dude)
it was a refuge for his family where he could see the earth he owned
The slaves and the women didnt have as good of housing as white dudes