Boromini and Bernini Church’s of Barque Rome

ST IVO DELLA SAPIENZA Boromini
Church is very an typical example of Barque architecture. The fact that the church is hidden from street view could be considered a barque quality of the design. During the Renaissance Period there was a great desire to centralize monuments and architecture but during the barque period the sensibility was to shift the buildings from the main stage such as churches .


ST IVO DELLA SAPIENZA spire on top of church very complex detail


SANT’ANDREA AL QUIRINALE Bernini Barque very theatrical entrance gesture typical of barque style

Section of entrance (TOM)

Interior section of SANT’ANDREA AL QUIRINALE (MIKE)

SANT’ANDREA AL QUIRINALE interior detail (TOM)

SAN CARLO ALLE QUATTRO FONTANE Plan of church and the four fountains (ME)

SAN CARLO ALLE QUATTRO FONTANE facade sketch (MIKE)

SAN CARLO ALLE QUATTRO FONTANE facade and street section (TOM)

SAN CARLO ALLE QUATTRO FONTANE the four fountains on the street corner (ME)

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