San Carlo alle Quattro Fontane - Francesco Borromini - 1634-1644, Rome  NOTES:  - undulating waves in the shape of an oval that is balanced between the convex and concave - mathematics are crucial with a complex geometry that resolves in a perfect number - intellectuality meets Baroque - Connected to Santa Costanza

San Carlo alle Quattro Fontane - Francesco Borromini - 1634-1644, Rome NOTES: - undulating waves in the shape of an oval that is balanced between the convex and concave - mathematics are crucial with a complex geometry that resolves in a perfect number - intellectuality meets Baroque - Connected to Santa Costanza

San Carlo alle Quattro Fontane (1638 - 1641), "San Carlino". Interior. Francesco Borromini (1599 - 1667). Roma. Consagrada a San Carlos Borromeo. Patronazgo del Cardenal Francesco Barberini. Estilo Barroco.

San Carlo alle Quattro Fontane - Francesco Borromini - Rome, province of Rome, Lazio region Italy Fascination with geometry and perhaps Islamic architecture.

The Tempietto c. 1502, Architect Donato Bramante, San Pietro in Montorio, Rome, Italy  http://confinedlight.ca/

The Tempietto c. Architect Donato Bramante, San Pietro in Montorio, Rome, Italy /

ITALIAN BAROQUE ARCHITECTURE, Borromini; axonometric drawing of Sant'ivo alla Sapienza, 1642-60, Rome, designed by Borromini.

axonometric drawing of Sant'ivo alla Sapienza, Rome. "in the interior Borromini used of pilasters, not columns, so that he established sharp edges for the bays which can be carried up into the vault.

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