This LARGE set includes:
– 3 lasercut- and engraved silkboard plates, featuring parts to assemble a layered Palladian-style window, and
– 2 sheets of 0,3 mm thin acetate:
one featuring the window's outline, to mount as a solid sheet to the windowframe's back,
and one featuring lasercut windowpanes in the exact corresponding positions as the window's panes.
You can either glue this sheet as one piece to the back of the window, or cut all panes loose and glue them separately in all openings (leaving you options to paint, matte, whitewash or depict them as shattered or even missing).
For best results, use PVA glue for the window's construction, including placement of the acetate windowpanes.
Plates' dimensions: 163 x 160 mm.
Plates' thickness: 1,5 mm.
Windows dimensions: 138 x 129 mm.
The Palladian architectural style, pioneered by Andrea Palladio (Venice, 1508–1580) is strongly based on the symmetry, perspective and values of formal classical temple-architecture of ancient Rome and Greece.
It was frequently applied in Europe and the United States, to a great variety of buildings ranging from grand villas and public edifices to humble houses and farm sheds, throughout the 18th–20th centuries, and continues to evolve into modern architecture today.
The Palladian, Serlian, or Venetian window, consisting of a central light underneath a semicircular arch, flanked by two other lights on each side and separated by pilasters, is a trademark of this style.
Material: silkboard, 1,5 mm.
Design : Yenmodels 2018.