Eglise Santa Maria di Loreto, 1507-1576, Bramante, Antonio da Sangallo, Jacopo del Duca, Rome.

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Antonio da Sangallo, the Younger, courtyard of the Palazzo Farnese, Rome, 1517-1546. 3rd story and attic by Michaelangelo, 1546-1550. Design of the project was awarded to Antonio da Sangallo the Younger. Work began in 1514, but when the original architect died in 1546, Michelangelo was called in. He designed the first two floors, built the third, and adorned the façade with a central balcony.

Antonio da Sangallo, the Younger, courtyard of the Palazzo Farnese, Rome, 1517-1546. 3rd story and attic by Michaelangelo, 1546-1550. Design of the project was awarded to Antonio da Sangallo the Younger. Work began in 1514, but when the original architect died in 1546, Michelangelo was called in. He designed the first two floors, built the third, and adorned the façade with a central balcony.

Scala Regia (Vatican)Tags: Bernini Vatican Scala Regia architecture renaissance Antonio da Sangallo baroque

Scala Regia (Vatican)Tags: Bernini Vatican Scala Regia architecture renaissance Antonio da Sangallo baroque

Antonio da Sangallo the Younger' | Pozzo di San Patrizio | Orvieto, Umbria, Italy (1527)

Antonio da Sangallo the Younger' | Pozzo di San Patrizio | Orvieto, Umbria, Italy (1527)

Concorso per la sede della Mostra dell’Artigianato     Archizoom Associati     Fortezza da Basso (Antonio da Sangallo Il Giovane, 1534)    [Firenze, 1968]

Concorso per la sede della Mostra dell’Artigianato Archizoom Associati Fortezza da Basso (Antonio da Sangallo Il Giovane, 1534) [Firenze, 1968]

Pozzo di San Patrizio, the well designed in 1527 by Antonio da Sangallo

Pozzo di San Patrizio, the well designed in 1527 by Antonio da Sangallo

antonio da sangallo il giovane + michelangelo buonarroti / palazzo farnese . roma

antonio da sangallo il giovane + michelangelo buonarroti / palazzo farnese . roma

Tempio di San Biagio, Montepulciano (SI) #TuscanyAgriturismoGiratola - architect Antonio da Sangallo the Elder - construction 1518-1545

Tempio di San Biagio, Montepulciano (SI) #TuscanyAgriturismoGiratola - architect Antonio da Sangallo the Elder - construction 1518-1545

Roma, Porta di Santo Spirito,  Antonio da Sangallo

Roma, Porta di Santo Spirito, Antonio da Sangallo

Villa Madama - Lazio, Italia /  Raffaello Sanzio (e Antonio da Sangallo il Giovane)

Villa Madama - Lazio, Italia / Raffaello Sanzio (e Antonio da Sangallo il Giovane)


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Palazzo Nobili Tarugi, Montepulciano (Siena); it used to be attributed to Antonio da San Gallo the Elder, but now it is more commonly supposed to be a juvenile project by Jacopo Barozzi da Vignola built in the initial decades of XVI c.

Palazzo Nobili Tarugi, Montepulciano (Siena); it used to be attributed to Antonio da San Gallo the Elder, but now it is more commonly supposed to be a juvenile project by Jacopo Barozzi da Vignola built in the initial decades of XVI c.

Palazzo dell'Arte dei Drappieri, Bologna, Italy; built between 1486-1496; architects: Giovanni Piccinini da Como and Francesco Francia.

Palazzo dell'Arte dei Drappieri, Bologna, Italy; built between 1486-1496; architects: Giovanni Piccinini da Como and Francesco Francia.

Incisione seicentesca del Palazzo Branconio dell'Aquila di Raffaello

Incisione seicentesca del Palazzo Branconio dell'Aquila di Raffaello

Palazzo Pitti, Florence, Italy; begun ca. 1440 it was built in various phases: 1st phase (7 bays façade) construction stopped in 1464; supposed but not proven involvement of Filippo Brunelleschi, official architect: Luca Fancelli; 2nd phase 1560-1570 (expansion towards the garden) architect: Bartolomeo Ammannati; 3rd phase 1618-1630 (lengthening of the two wings overlooking the piazza); 4th phase XVIII c. (addition of the 2 avant-corps on both sides of the piazza).

Palazzo Pitti, Florence, Italy; begun ca. 1440 it was built in various phases: 1st phase (7 bays façade) construction stopped in 1464; supposed but not proven involvement of Filippo Brunelleschi, official architect: Luca Fancelli; 2nd phase 1560-1570 (expansion towards the garden) architect: Bartolomeo Ammannati; 3rd phase 1618-1630 (lengthening of the two wings overlooking the piazza); 4th phase XVIII c. (addition of the 2 avant-corps on both sides of the piazza).

Palazzo Alberini Cicciaporci, was built between 1515-1519 after a project by Raphael, even though Vasari attributes it to Giulio Romano. The lower level is attributed to Bramante, probably dating 1512. It was completed in 1521 by Pietro Rosselli. The actual façade along Via del Banco di Santo Spirito is from XIX c., the original one is bordered by Vicolo del Curato.

Palazzo Alberini Cicciaporci, was built between 1515-1519 after a project by Raphael, even though Vasari attributes it to Giulio Romano. The lower level is attributed to Bramante, probably dating 1512. It was completed in 1521 by Pietro Rosselli. The actual façade along Via del Banco di Santo Spirito is from XIX c., the original one is bordered by Vicolo del Curato.

The Palazzo Jacopo da Brescia was located in the Borgo district. It was built between 1515-1519 for Jacopo da Brescia. Its design is commonly attributed to Raphael, and was based to Bramante's nearby Palazzo Caprini (also demolished). The palace, which had a triangular footprint, stood at the confluence of Borgo Nuovo and Borgo S.Angelo. It was demolished to allow the construction of the Via della Conciliazione in 1936, and rebuilt (with a different footprint) along Via dei Corridori.

The Palazzo Jacopo da Brescia was located in the Borgo district. It was built between 1515-1519 for Jacopo da Brescia. Its design is commonly attributed to Raphael, and was based to Bramante's nearby Palazzo Caprini (also demolished). The palace, which had a triangular footprint, stood at the confluence of Borgo Nuovo and Borgo S.Angelo. It was demolished to allow the construction of the Via della Conciliazione in 1936, and rebuilt (with a different footprint) along Via dei Corridori.

Palazzo Nobili Tarugi, Montepulciano (Siena); it used to be attributed to Antonio da San Gallo the Elder, but now it is more commonly supposed to be a juvenile project by Jacopo Barozzi da Vignola built in the initial decades of XVI c.

Palazzo Nobili Tarugi, Montepulciano (Siena); it used to be attributed to Antonio da San Gallo the Elder, but now it is more commonly supposed to be a juvenile project by Jacopo Barozzi da Vignola built in the initial decades of XVI c.

Palazzo Antinori, Florence, Italy; built between 1461-1469; attributed to Giuliano da Maiano.

Palazzo Antinori, Florence, Italy; built between 1461-1469; attributed to Giuliano da Maiano.

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