Brunelleschi's Contributions - Florence, Italy

Brunelleschi would make much of his contributions to the early part of the Renaissance in Florence, Italy where he worked on two of his most notable projects: the Church of San Lorenzo and the Florence Cathedral. The interior of the Church of San Lorenzo represents the idea that, according to the ideas of classicism, buildings must follow a symmetrical and balanced appearance. The Florence Cathedral was famous for its dome, which was the largest in the world when it opened.