The mansion of Monticello and the "academical village" of the University of Virginia reflect the design of their architect, Thomas Jefferson (1743-1826), who was strongly influenced by the Enlightenment. They are excellent examples of Neoclassicism, seen in the relationship of the buildings with nature and the blending of functionalism and symbolism.
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