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Borromini

Francesco, original name Francesco Castelli. 1599--1667, Italian baroque architect, working in Rome: his buildings include the churches of San Carlo (1641) and Sant' Ivo (1660)
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Richardson pointed out that during Oppenord's youthful years of study in Rome he had been more predisposed to the baroque of Bernini and Borromini than to the monumentalism that had acted as inspiration for Louis XIV's architects.
Track Round 1: new route linking round Borromini and new roundabout Rancate.
The famous rivalry between Bernini and Francesco Borromini is--noticeably all but unmentioned, yet the two Italians' shared understanding of geometry as a tool for design might have provided opportunity for discussion of how, through geometry, light was to become a quantifiable presence in their works.
THE Borromini Quartet are yet another exciting group to catch the sharp eye of Huddersfield Music Society.
In 2001, he won the Borromini Prize offered by the municipality of Rome to architects under 40.
Also open to the public is an exhibition entitled "From Borromini to Botta: History, Cultural Heritage and New Technologies," which will open Tuesday at the Lebanese American University in collaboration with the Embassy of the Swiss Confederation.
Roma: Nella sede dell'Istituto Palazzo Borromini, 1994.
31, including the following: nine-day escorted Scents of Italy vacation, savings of USD 200 per couple; nine-day escorted Borromini (a new vacation for 2009), savings of USD 200 per couple; 12-day escorted Bernini (a new vacation for 2009), savings of USD 150 per couple; and nine-day escorted Sicilian Fantasy, savings of USD 150 per couple.
Charting nearly two centuries, from the Rome of Bernini and Borromini to the threshold of the 19th century, the exhibition follows a riotous course of expansion around the world, showing how Western commercial traffic and colonial aspirations often followed Christian mission.
And yet one of the favorite tricks of such baroque masters as Francesco Borromini and Pietro da Cortona was to play games with the interaction of flatness, protrusion and recession.
This is the first modern comprehensive monograph on this marvellous architect, equal in genius lo Bernini and Borromini, though less well known.
Tabarroni, Paupertas Christi et Apostolorum: L'ideale francescano in discussione (1322-1324) (Rome: Nella Sede dell'Isticuto Palazzo Borromini, 1990).