Categories art & photography Table of Architecture Post author By Mark Newton Post date Monday, December 19, 2011 2 Comments on Table of Architecture Tags architecture, classical, history By Mark Newton Born in 1981, live in the UK. I write about strange things. View Archive → ← Umberto Eco, Belief, Climate Change → The Dark Knight Rises 2 replies on “Table of Architecture” This kind of schema convinces me that our brains don’t work anymore as “theirs” did (how old is that?). It seems just a tad confusing 🙂 And yet, for the most part, we still mimic their style. I was reading a book on building Roman cities, recently, and the structure of a house is still very much the same, even before you look at the more flamboyant styles such as above. Also: they planned cities a lot more rigorously than seems to go on today! Mind you, they probably had more room, too. Comments are closed.