Maderno, Carlo

Maderno, Carlo
   Italian architect who in 1603 was given the task of bringing the construction of the basilica of St. Peter in Rome to completion and changing the pure central-dome plan conceived by Bramante and perfected by Michelangelo, his greatest predecessors in designing the church, into a basilican form. This task involved designing the present nave and the façade at the west end of the church.

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  • Maderno, Carlo — ▪ Italian architect born 1556, Bissone, Milan died Jan. 30, 1629, Rome  leading Roman architect of the early 17th century, who determined the style of early Baroque architecture.       Maderno began his architectural career in Rome assisting his… …   Universalium

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  • Carlo Maderno — (1556 January 30 1629) was an Italian Swiss architect, born in Ticino, who is remembered as one of the fathers of Baroque architecture. His façades of Santa Susanna, St. Peter s Basilica and Sant Andrea della Valle were of key importance in the… …   Wikipedia

  • Carlo Maderno — Carlo Maderno, (* um 1556 in Capolago am Luganersee; † 30. Januar 1629 in Rom) war ein in Italien tätiger Architekt des Römischen Frühbarock aus dem nachmaligen Kanton Tessin (Schweiz). Die Hau …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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