Carapecchia: Master of Baroque Architecture in Early Eighteenth Century Malta

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Midsea Books, 1999 - Architecture - 292 pages
A unique book which gives insights into aspects of European Baroque culture in the late seventeenth and early eighteenth centuries such as its interest in optics, theatre design and water engineering. The book is a manifestation of this engineers projects, whose architectural genius changed a fortified city in a modern baroque one.

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Contents

APPRENTICE OF CARLO FONTANA
31
THE ROMAN PRACTICE
69
EARLY CAREER IN MALTA
107
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