Bramante, Tempietto, 1502 . San Pietro in Montorio, Rome.
Stylistic differences of Early and High Renaissance architecture:
- Early-emphasis on articulation of flat wall surfaces
- High-sculptural handling of architectural masses
Included doric columns and a balustrade - a railing held up by small posts, as on a staircase.
Not in the style of Brunelleschi; fashion changed to post and lintel