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Principles of classical architectural style as known since millennia and modernized by state of the art machineries and equipments.

  1. Symmetry: Buildings are often symmetrical, with balanced proportions and components.

  2. Columns: Classical buildings often feature columns, typically with distinct orders such as Doric, Ionic, or Corinthian, each with its own proportions and decorative elements.

  3. Entablature: The upper part of a column, consisting of the architrave, frieze, and cornice.

  4. Pediments: Triangular gable-like structures often found above entrances, supported by columns.

  5. Tripartite Division: Buildings are often divided into three parts – a base, a central section (corresponding to the main space), and a top.

  6. Classical Orders: Aesthetic rules and proportions that dictate the design of columns, entablatures, and other architectural elements.

  7. Ornamentation: Decorative details such as friezes, moldings, and sculptures are used to enhance the aesthetic appeal.


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Modernization by State-of-the-Art Machineries and Equipment: When classical architecture is modernized using advanced machinery and equipment, several benefits and advancements can be achieved:

  1. Precision and Efficiency: Modern tools like Computer-Aided Design (CAD) and Building Information Modeling (BIM) allow architects and engineers to design and plan with exceptional precision, optimizing every aspect of the structure.

  2. Construction Techniques: State-of-the-art equipment and techniques, such as 3D printing, laser cutting, and advanced formwork, enable the realization of intricate classical details more efficiently.

  3. Materials: Modern construction materials and composites offer increased durability, sustainability, and structural integrity while maintaining the classical aesthetic.

  4. Restoration and Preservation: Advanced technology can aid in the restoration and preservation of historical classical buildings, ensuring their longevity for future generations.

  5. Energy Efficiency: Modernized classical buildings can incorporate energy-efficient features, such as better insulation, smart HVAC systems, and sustainable energy sources.

  6. Safety: Modern construction practices prioritize safety, ensuring that classical buildings meet contemporary building codes and standards.

  7. Innovative Adaptation: Classical architecture can be adapted to serve modern functions and purposes while retaining its timeless beauty.


By combining the enduring elegance of classical architecture with cutting-edge technology and equipment, architects and builders can create structures that pay homage to the past while embracing the possibilities of the future. This fusion of tradition and innovation contributes to the rich tapestry of architectural design across different eras.

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