This paper offers a critical interpretation of the geometric and proportional matrices applied to the construction of the 16th-century apses of the churches of San Nicola in Cursi and San Michele Arcangelo in Minervino di Lecce in the Salento peninsula. It also intends to assess possible links between the cases examined and other contemporary edifices in an attempt to identify possible common rules. The study of the geometric matrices used for the construction of these edifices was carried out by means of laser scanning and the creation of digital models to discretize the morphological configuration.
|Title of host publication||L'abside. Costruzione e geometrie|
|Number of pages||19|
|Publication status||Published - 2015|