The Romans were very advanced in everything they did. But their skill for building was absolutely second to none at the time. They didn't build things, willy nilly, they incorporated designs and patterns that add aesthetics. As you will see later they had an acquired taste for... well lets dive in to my article and you will soon found out!
About 400 BCE, the Romans continued Greek architecture and its beauty and might. But what no one thought they would do, is just what they did. They enhanced the ideal and construction type of the Greeks before them. How they did it was combining their buildings with Roman skill. As time went on they developed new, more amazing techniques and did the same thing.
Math Use in Architecture
Aside from using math to actually engineer the buildings, They used math for Finding Spatial form of a building, to make a lay out of the building and its surroundings on mathematical, religious, and aethstetic reasons. Example: Decorating buildings with mathematical things like tessellations, which were really just cool colorful tiles patterned by math and symmetry.
The specific Math used to make all these was geometry. In Ancient Rome, Buildings like temples and palaces were laid Out in such a way of proportions for religious and aesthetic reasoning.
Patterns in Rome Buildings
Patterns in Roman Architecture are not hard to notice, In the columns and the roofing of many buildings and ruins we have uncovered.