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Firmitas Utilitas Venustas notebook: Inspired by Vitruvius


Firmitas Utilitas Venustas notebook: Inspired by Vitruvius
Firmitas Utilitas Venustas notebook: Inspired by Vitruvius
Firmitas Utilitas Venustas notebook: Inspired by Vitruvius
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Regular price
$16.99

Firmitas Utilitas Venustas notebook: Inspired by Vitruvius


"Firmitas, Utilitas, et Venustas"

Marcus Vitruvius Pollio, or just Vitruvius, established architecture as a noble and essential endeavor. In his treatise, 10 Books on Architecture (De architectura), Vitruvius penned the canon of classical architecture that would influence not just Romans but billions of people throughout antiquity to today.

His principles of design and urban planning shaped countless cities throughout the Renaissance and into the modern era. His book is still read by thousands of architecture students as an introductory lesson to design. Even though he presented his ideas to Caesar Augustus over 2,000 years ago, his concepts of Firmitas, Utilitas et Venustas (Strength, Utility and Beauty) still hold true as a method for sustainability and community.

Notebook Specs
Filled with 200 pages of rich 60# natural cream paper; ready to be filled with your designs, notes, lists, bullet journals, inspirations, and aspirations.

  • A5 - 5.8 x 8.3 in (148 x 210 mm)
  • 200 pages
  • Ruler (Inches + MM)
  • Index
  • Dot Grid Pattern
  • Softcover or Hardcover

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