Santa Croce, Pazzi Chapel
The Pazzi Chapel in Santa Croce was started in 1440, designed by Brunelleschi. It was not finished until around 1480, after Brunelleschi had already died. Again we have ideas of proportion and geometry. While this chapel is more complex than the Old Sacristy, it maintains modules of circles, squares and symmetry. Another similarity is the difficulty in maneuvering the pilasters around angles. The loggia consists of Corinthian columns supporting an entablature which is interrupted in the center by an arch, which allows greater flexibilty of symmetry.
-ribbed dome with oculi and lantern
-attic story with double pilasters