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Bernini Architecture in Rome

Celebrated Italian Baroque Architect, Europe – Historic Buildings in Italy

post updated 9 May 2021

Bernini Architect – Key Projects

Giovanni Lorenzo Bernini
born Naples, died Rome, Italy

Famous Baroque architect

Key Buildings by Bernini:

Sant’ Andrea al Quirinale, Rome, Italy

Sant’ Andrea al Quirinale Rome by Bernini Architect
photo © Adrian Welch
Sant’ Andrea al Quirinale
not so well known but delightful, small, church – just down the road from Borromini’s famous baroque church building.

Piazza San Pietro : St Peter’s Square, Rome
Dates built: 1656-67
Piazza San Pietro Rome by Bernini Architect
photograph © Adrian Welch
Piazza San Pietro

Palazzo di Montecitorio, Piazza Colonna, Via del Corso, Rome
Dates built: 1650-97
Design with Carlo Fontana
Piazza Colonna Roma by Bernini Architect
image © Adrian Welch
Palazzo di Montecitorio

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Location: Rome, Italy, southern Europe

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The Pantheon Rome
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Rome Architecture : Contemporary Roman Property developments
photograph : Roland Halbe

Piazza Navona, Rome – Fountain of the Four Rivers, Campus Martius

Piazza Navona Rome
photo © Adrian Welch
Piazza Navona
Formed within the outline of an old stadium, similar to the Circus Maximus ie long shape with semicircular ends for chariot racing and other sports.


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Piazza Tevere, by Tiber River
Design: Ballman Khapalova
Piazza Tevere Rome
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Piazza Tevere
Between the Ponte Giuseppe Mazzini and the Ponte Sisto there is a section of the Tiber River that is perfectly rectangular. It is the same size and proportion as the Circus Maximus, and like the Circus Maximus, this section of the river can become a vital center for public life in Rome.

City of Sun, near Via della Lega Lombarda & Tiburtina Station, East Rome
Architects: Labics
City of Sun Rome Architecture News
photograph : Marco Cappelletti
City of Sun in Rome
Winning competition entry for the redevelopment of an urban area, including the transformation of an existing bus depot to integrate a mixture of uses including office, retail space and residential units.

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Buildings / photos for the Giovanni Lorenzo Bernini Architect page welcome