Corinthian Order Vignola 3D model
The order is built according to the rules given by the Italian Renaissance architect Giacomo Barozzi da Vignola. Used literature: I.B. Mikhalovsky Architectural Forms of Antiquity 1949; O. Garneri Orders of Civil Architecture 1937 For construction accuracy, the value of the Module is set to 1080 mm, therefore the model is quite large, with a total size of 48.54 x 16.56 x 34.56 m. References - Kazan and St. Isaac's Cathedrals in St. Petersburg.
The model includes a Corinthian order of two types: with ornaments and without. Without decorations - an arch without a pedestal, three-quarter columns. With decorations - an arch with a pedestal, detached columns with pilasters. You can vary these parameters and model different types of architectural porticoes. In a separate order, the modifier stack is not minimized for the possibility of further building an entablature.