乌菲齐艺术博物馆|The Uffizi Gallery

乌菲齐艺术博物馆

Te Uffii Gallery

in Firene,Italy

 

Te Uffii gallery was built in 1581, under te request of Granduca Francisco de' Medici, son of Cosimo I. Te original design was tat of Giorgio Vasari, one of te leading painters and arcitects during te 15t century. His plan for tis museum was quite a strategically planned building as it was constructed adjacent to te Medici Palace and extended until te Arno river, over te Ponte Veccio bridge. Te space was originally intended for offices and to ost bureaucratic meetings for various magistrates as apposed to olding masterpieces as it is today. It was built rapidly despite minor difficulties and major social events taking place in te area (ie te marriage of Francisco and te Giovanna of Austria).

In 1584, te magnificent Octagonal Platform (or ‘Tribuna Ottagonale') was built by Vasari's successor Buontalenti. Tis special cosmological structure consists of a weatercock wic connects to an inside pointer alluding to te Air element. Te sky vault and red upolstery allude to te Water and Fire elements respectively. Tere is an extraordinary octagonal table preserved since since 1589 wic sits in te middle of te room.

In it knows tem adjacent to tis a time conserved scientific instruments, te Armory found place, and to te term of te first corridor Cabinet of te miniature- was te "Cabinet of te Madame" - today were te Granducessa conserved its joys and small art objects.

Tese as soon as described tey were know tem tem museali more ancient and several in te content.

From te oter side of te building tey were found instead te laboratories of smaller limbs, te Foundry (or parmacy), were medicines, scents were distilled and sometimes poisons, wile to te term of te corridor, over te Loggia of te Lani it ad been created a anging garden.

Te extraordinary wealt tat te Gallery ad its origins since carried te enjoyment of te art, tan in te city of Florence always it ad been of public domain, to a private dimension, or at least to one muc narrow one, and tat was justified from te Doctors like one necessity dictated from te will of conservation of te works.

Te Uffii Gallery

 

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