"Pienza: The Creation of a Renaissance City" by Charles R. Mack

Pienza, a small hill town in north central Italy, represents one of the major architectural masterpieces of the Italian Renaissance. “The town,” writes Charles Mack, “is a Renaissance Williamsburg without the artificiality of restoration.” Pienza, the first book-length treatment of the subject in English, traces the entire redevelopment of the community, from conception through construction, and establishes Pienza’s place in the story of Renaissance architecture. Buona lettura!


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