Harmony in Architecture and Harmony in Physics

During the Renaissance period, Italian architects were interested in constructing useful buildings by combining Greek and Romanesque styles. The aesthetic value of Greek style was well appreciated. Romans figured out vector division of forces and were able to build domes and arches without supporting poles in the middle.

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