Aldo Andreani Aldo Andreani was an Italian architect and sculptor.
Aldo Buzzi Aldo Buzzi (10 August 1910 – 9 October 2009) was an author and architect.
Aldo Rossi Aldo Rossi (May 3, 1931 – September 4, 1997) was an Italian architect and designer who accomplished the unusual feat of achieving international recognition in four distinct areas: theory, drawin...
Alejandro Bustillo Alejandro Bustillo (18 March 1889 - 3 November 1982) was an Argentine painter and architect who left his mark in various tourist destinations in Argentina, especially in the Andean region of the...
Alessandro Antonelli Alessandro Antonelli (July 14, 1798 – October 18, 1888) was an Italian architect of the 19th century.
Alessandro Capra Alessandro Capra (born 1620, date of death unknown) was an Italian architect and inventor.
Alessandro Galilei Alessandro Maria Gaetano Galilei was a Florentine mathematician, architect and theorist, a member of the same patrician family as Galileo.
Alessandro Mendini Alessandro Mendini (born 16 August 1931 in Milan) is an Italian designer and architect.
Alessandro Pasqualini Alessandro Pasqualini (5 May 1493 – 1559) was an Italian Renaissance architect, born in Bologna, who helped bring Renaissance architecture to the Low Countries.
Alessandro Pompei Count Alessandro Pompei (1705–1772) was an Italian architect and author of a prominent treatise on architecture: Cinque Ordini dell’ Architettura Civile di Michele Sanmicheli or Five...
Alessandro Specchi Alessandro Specchi (1668 – November 16, 1729) was an Italian architect and engraver.
Alessio Tramello Alessio Tramello was an Italian Renaissance architect who mostly designed churches and civic works.
Alfonso Parigi Alfonso Parigi the Younger (1606–1656) was an Italian architect and scenographer, the son of Giulio Parigi.
Alfonso Parigi the Elder Alfoso Parigi (died 1590) was an Italian architect and designer working in Florence for the Grand Duke of Tuscany.
Alfonso Torreggiani Alfonso Torreggiani was an Italian architect, principally associated with Bologna.
Aloisio da Milano Aloisio da Milano, also known as Aloisio da Carezano, Aleviz Milanets and Aleviz Fryazin (Алевиз Миланец, Алевиз Фрязин, Алевиз Фрязин Миланец in Russian) was an It...
Aloisio the New Aloisio the New, known in Russian as Aleviz Novyi or Aleviz Fryazin, was an Italian Renaissance architect invited by Ivan III to work in Moscow.
Ambrogio Frangiolli Ambrogio Frangiolli (Milan, 1798–1870) Italian decorator, architect and painter.
Amedeo di Castellamonte Amedeo di Castellamonte (1610 – 17 September 1683) was an Italian architect, civil and military engineer.
Andrea Branzi Andrea Branzi (born 30 November 1938) is an Italian architect and designer.
Andrea Bregno Andrea di Cristoforo Bregno (1418–1506) was an Italian sculptor and architect of the Early Renaissance who worked in Rome from the 1460s and died just as the High Renaissance was getting under way.
Andrea Ciccione Andrea Ciccione (1388–1455), also known as Andrea di Onofrio, Nofri, and da Firenze, was an Italian architect and sculptor of the Renaissance.
Andrea Cominelli Andrea Cominelli was a Venetian stonemason, sculptor and architect who was active in the second half of the 17th century.
Andrea Palladio Andrea Palladio (30 November 1508 – 19 August 1580) was an Italian architect active in the Republic of Venice.
Andrea Pisano Andrea Pisano (1290 – 1348), also known as Andrea da Pontedera, was an Italian sculptor and architect.
Andrea Riccio Andrea Riccio was an Italian sculptor and occasional architect, whose real name was Andrea Briosco, but is usually known by his sobriquet meaning "curly"; he is also known as Il Riccio...
Andrea Tirali Andrea Tirali was an Italian architect working in Venice and the Veneto.
Angelo Carasale Angelo Carasale (died 1742) was an Italian architect, active mainly in Naples.
Angelo Mangiarotti Angelo Mangiarotti (26 February 1929 – 2 July 2012) was an Italian architect and industrial designer with a reputation built on "never forgetting the real needs of users".
Angiolo Mazzoni Angiolo Mazzoni (May 21, 1894 – September 28, 1979) was a prolific state architect and engineer of the Italian Fascist government of the 1920s and 1930s.
Anna Maria Indrio Anna Maria Indrio (born 11 June 1943, Meina, Italy) is an Italian-Danish architect.
Annibale Maggi Annibale Maggi was an Italian architect of the Renaissance period.
Annibale Rigotti Annibale Rigotti (30 October 1870 – 8 March 1968) was an Italian architect, teacher, designer and urban planner.
Antonio Abbondi Antonio Abbondi generally known as Scarpagnino was an Italian architect of the Renaissance period, active mainly in Venice.
Antonio Barluzzi Antonio Barluzzi (26 September 1884 – 14 December 1960) was an Italian Franciscan monk and architect, known as the "Architect of the Holy Land".
Antonio Beduzzi Antonio Maria Nicolao Beduzzi (1675–1735) was an Austrian-Italian theater engineer, painter, and architect who flourished in Vienna at the turn of the 17th century.
Antonio Brianti Antonio Brianti (15 April 1739 – 8 May 1787) was an Italian architect, active mainly in his native Parma.
Antonio Canevari Antonio Canevari was an Italian architect of the Rococo and Neoclassical periods.
Antonio Sant'Elia Antonio Sant'Elia (30 April 1888 - 10 October 1916) was an Italian architect, key member of the Futurist movement in architecture.
Antonio Scaglione Antonio Scaglione was a 16th-century provincial Sicilian architect, best known for his work in the Gothic style, which he continued to promote long after Renaissance architecture had superseded ...
Antonio Visentini Antonio Visentini (21 November 1688 – 26 June 1782) was an Italian architectural designer, painter and engraver, known for his architectural fantasies and capricci, the author of treat...
Arcangelo Guglielmelli Arcangelo Guglielmelli (c. 1650-1723) was an Italian architect and painter, active in his native Naples, Italy, in a late-Baroque style.
Archizoom Archizoom Association was a design studio from Florence, Italy founded in 1966.
Archizoom Associati Archizoom Associati was a design studio from Florence, Italy founded in 1966.
Arduino Berlam Arduino Berlam (1880 – 1946) was an Italian architect who took over the work of his father, Ruggero Berlam.
Baldassare Peruzzi Baldassare Tommaso Peruzzi (7 March 1481 – 6 January 1536) was an Italian architect and painter, born in a small town near Siena and died in Rome.
Baldassarre Lanci Baldassarre Lanci (1510–1571) was an Italian architect, inventor, theatrical set designer, and master of perspective of the Renaissance period.
Baldassarre Longhena Baldassarre Longhena (1598 – February 18, 1682) was an Italian architect, who worked mainly in Venice, where he was one of the greatest exponents of Baroque architecture of the period.
Bartolomeo Ammanati Bartolomeo Ammannati (June 18, 1511 – April 13, 1592) was an Italian architect and sculptor, born at Settignano, near Florence.
Bartolomeo Ammannati Bartolomeo Ammannati (June 18, 1511 – April 13, 1592) was an Italian architect and sculptor, born at Settignano, near Florence.
Bartolomeo Avanzini Bartolomeo Avanzini (1608–1658) was an Italian architect of the Baroque period, active mainly in Modena, Sassuolo and Reggio Emilia.
Bartolomeo Bon Bartolomeo Bon (also spelled Buon; died after 1464) was an Italian sculptor and architect from Campione d'Italia.
Bartolomeo della Gatta Bartolomeo della Gatta (1448–1502), born Pietro di Antonio Dei, was an Italian (Florentine) painter, illuminator, and architect.
Bartolomeo Neroni Bartolomeo Neroni, also known as Il Riccio or Riccio Sanese (c.1505-1571) was an Italian painter, sculptor, architect and engineer of the Sienese School.
Benedetto Grazzini Benedetto Grazzini, best known as Benedetto da Rovezzano was an Italian architect and sculptor who worked mainly in Florence.
Bernardino Radi Bernardino Radi was an Italian engraver and architect, born in Cortona, who etched a set of plates depicting architectural ornaments and monuments, published in Rome in 1618, under the title o...
Bernardo Rossellino Bernardo di Matteo del Borra Gamberelli (1409–1464), better known as Bernardo Rossellino, was an Italian sculptor and architect, the elder brother of the sculptor Antonio Rossellino.
Carlo Francesco Dotti Carlo Francesco Dotti (Bologna, 1670 – Bologna, 1759) was an architect from Bologna.
Carlo Giuseppe Merlo Carlo Giuseppe Merlo (5 November 1690 – 13 February 1760) was an Italian architect of the late-Baroque period; born in Milan, Italy.
Carlo Lodoli Carlo Lodoli (1690 – October 27, 1761) was an Italian architectural theorist, Franciscan priest, mathematician and teacher, his work anticipated modernist notions of functionalism and truth to ...
Carlo Maciachini Carlo Francesco Maciachini was an Italian architect and restorer.
Carlo Marchionni Carlo Marchionni (10 February 1702 – 28 July 1786) was an Italian architect.
Carlo Mollino Carlo Mollino (May 6, 1905 – August 27, 1973) was an Italian architect and designer.
Carlo Murena Carlo Murena was an Italian architect of the late-Baroque period active in Rome, Foligno, Perugia, and other towns in central Italy.
Carlo Promis Carlo Promis (1808 – 1873 at Turin, Italy) was an Italian architect and architectural historian and a proponent of Eclecticism.
Carlo Ratti Carlo F. Ratti (born 1971 in Turin, Italy) is an Italian architect, engineer, inventor, educator and activist who teaches at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA, where he directs the ...
Carlo Rossi (architect) Carlo di Giovanni Rossi, (Карл Иванович Росси) (18 December 1775 – 18 April 1849) was an Italian architect, who worked the major portion of his life in Russia.
Carlo Scarpa Carlo Scarpa (June 2, 1906 – November 28, 1978), was an Italian architect, influenced by the materials, landscape, and the history of Venetian culture, and Japan.
Carlo Simi Carlo Simi was an Italian architect, production designer and costume designer, who worked frequently with Sergio Leone and Sergio Corbucci, giving their spaghetti westerns a unique look.
Carlo Vanvitelli Carlo Vanvitelli (1739 - 1821) was an Italian architect and engineer, who worked mainly in Naples and its surrounding area.
Carlo Zoccoli Carlo Zoccoli was an Italian architect, engineer, and scientific writer, active mainly in Southern Italy.
Celestino Soddu Celestino Soddu is an architect and professor of Generative Design at Politecnico di Milano university in Italy.
Cesare Bomboni Cesare Bomboni (Florence, August 14, 1850- ?) was an Italian architect.
Cesare Cesariano Cesare di Lorenzo Cesariano (1475 - 1543) was an Italian painter, architect and architectural theorist.
Cesare Mariani Cesare Mariani (January 13, 1826 in Rome – 1901) was an Italian painter and architect of the late-19th century, active in Rome and Ascoli Piceno.
Cesare Spighi Cesare Spighi was an Italian engineer and architect.
Chimenti Camicia Chimenti Camicia was an Italian renaissance architect who was born in Florence in 1431.
Christoph Kohl Christoph Kohl (born 20 February 1961, in Bolzano, South Tyrol, Italy) is an architect and urban planner.
Claudio Bellini Claudio Bellini (born 1963) is an Italian-born architect and designer based in Milan.
Claudio Silvestrin Claudio Silvestrin (b. Zurich, 5 September 1954) is an Italian architect and designer, and a British citizen.
Cosimo Fanzago Cosimo Fanzago (Clusone, 12 October 1591 – Napoli, 13 February 1678) was an Italian architect and sculptor, generally considered the greatest such artist of the Baroque period in Naples, Italy.
Cosimo Morelli Cosimo Morelli (1732 – February 26, 1812) was an Italian architect, active throughout the Papal States in a Neoclassic style.
Diotisalvi Diotisalvi, Deotisalvi or Deustesalvet was an architect from Pisa, Italy, active in the 12th century in Pisa.
Domenico da Cortona Domenico da Cortona (ca 1465 - ca 1549), called "Boccador" (a concatenation of the Italian words Bocca and D'oro, meaning Golden Mouth, attributed to both his reddish beard and persuasive ...
Domenico Egidio Rossi Domenico Egidio Rossi (1 September 1659, Fano - 19 February 1715, Fano) was an Italian architect and master builder, most notable for his design of the Schloss Rastatt.
Domenico Fontana Domenico Fontana (1543 – 28 June 1607) was a Italian engineer of the late Renaissance.
Domenico Francia Domenico Francia, a painter and architect, born at Bologna in 1702, was a son of the engraver Francesco Maria Domenico Francia, and studied under Ferdinando Galli (called Bibiena), whom he assi...
Domenico Lo Faso Pietrasanta Domenico Antonio Lo Faso Pietrasanta (October 21, 1783, Palermo, Kingdom of Sicily – February 15 1863, Florence, Kingdom of Italy) was an Italian architect, archaeologist, and writer.
Domenico Martinelli Domenico Martinelli (November 30, 1650 – September 11, 1718) was an Italian architect who worked for Carlo Fontana during 1678.
Domenico Merlini Domenico Merlini (Dominik Merlini) (22 February 1730 – 20 February 1797) was an Italian-Polish architect whose work was mostly in the classical style.
Domenico Rossi Domenico Rossi (28 December 1657 – 8 March 1737) was a Swiss-Italian architect.
Domenico Tibaldi Domenico Tibaldi (1541-1583) was an Italian painter and architect, active mainly in Bologna, in a Renaissance style.
Domenico Zhilyardi Domenico Zhilyardi (1788–1845) was an Italian architect who settled in Moscow with his father, Giacomo.
Donato Bramante Donato Bramante (1444 – 11 March 1514) was an Italian architect, who introduced Renaissance architecture to Milan and the High Renaissance style to Rome, where his plan for St. Peter's Basilica ...
Donato Felice d'Allio Donato Felice d'Allio (Born in October 24, 1677, Scaria – Died in May 6, 1761, Vienna) was an Austrian architect of the Baroque.
Duilio Forte Duilio Forte (November 5, 1967) is an Italian artist and architect.
Edoardo Arborio Mella Edoardo Arborio Mella (18 November 1808 – 8 January 1884) was an Italian architect, restorer and scholar.
Egisto Bracci Egisto Bracci (Florence, January 1, 1830 – August, 1909) was an Italian architect, active mainly in Florence, who became resident professor of architecture at the Academy of Fine Arts of F...
Emanuele Fiano Emanuele (Lele) Fiano (born 13 March 1963, Milan, Italy) is a member of the Italian Chamber of Deputies for the centre-left Partito Democratico (Democratic Party of Italy).
Emilio Ambrosini Emilio Ambrosini (1850, Trieste, Austria – December 1, 1912, Vienna, Austria) was an Italian architect.
Filippo Barigioni Filippo Barigioni (1690–1753) was an Italian sculptor and architect working in the Late Baroque tradition.
Filippo Brunelleschi Filippo Brunelleschi (1377 – April 15, 1446) was one of the foremost architects and engineers of the Italian Renaissance.
Filippo Calendario Filippo Calendario (died 16 April 1355, in Venice, Italy) was an architect, a designer of the 14th century Doge's Palace, Venice.
Filippo Juvarra Filippo Juvarra (March 7, 1678 – January 31, 1736) was an Italian architect and stage set designer, active in a late-Baroque style.
Filippo Terzi Filippo Terzi was an Italian military and civil architect and engineer, born in Bologna, who went to Lisbon in 1577 and the following year joined the disastrous military expedition to Morocco ...
Flaminio Ponzio Flaminio Ponzio (1560–1613) was an Italian architect during the late-Renaissance or so-called Mannerist period, serving in Rome as the architect for Pope Paul V. Ponzio was born in Viggiù nea...
Flavio Manzoni Flavio Manzoni (born 7 January 1965) is an Italian architect and automobile designer of supercars and everyday vehicles, such as Ferrari, Lancia, Volkswagen, SEAT. He was born in Nuoro, Sardinia.
Fortunato Rocchi Fortunato Rocchi (Prato, March 14, 1822 – April 9, 1909) was an Italian painter, mainly of landscapes, and also an architect involved in local restorations.
Francesco Boffo Francesco Carlo Boffo (Cyrillic: Франц Карлович Боффо; 1796-1867) was a Sardinian-born Neoclassical architect who designed more than 30 buildings in Odessa between 1818 and 1861, including the f...
Francesco Camporesi Francesco Camporesi (1747, Bologna - 1831, Moscow) was an Italian architect, painter, engraver and educator who worked in Moscow in 1780s-1820s.
Francesco Croce Francesco Croce (1696 - 1773) was an Italian baroque architect.
Francesco da Mosto Francesco da Mosto (born 1961) is an Italian architect, author, historian, film maker and television presenter.
Francesco da Sangallo Francesco da Sangallo was an Italian High Renaissance sculptor, the son of the architect and sculptor Giuliano da Sangallo.
Francesco de Sanctis (architect) Francesco De Sanctis (1679, Rome – 1731) was a late Baroque Italian architect, most notable for his design of the Spanish Steps in Rome in collaboration with Alessandro Specchi.
Francesco di Giorgio Francesco di Giorgio Martini (baptized 23 September 1439 – 1502) was an Italian painter of the Sienese School and a sculptor, as well as being, in Nikolaus Pevsner's terms: one of the most int...
Francesco Ferrari (painter) Francesco Ferrari (1634–1708) was an Italian painter and architect of the Baroque period, active in Ferrara and across Northern Italy and Vienna.
Francesco Galli Bibiena Francesco Galli, called Francesco da Bibiena (or da Bibbiena), the younger brother of Ferdinando Galli, was born at Bologna in 1659.
Francesco Gostoli Francesco Gostoli (born Rome February 9, 1946) is an Italian architect.
Giacomo Quarenghi Giacomo Quarenghi was the foremost and most prolific practitioner of Palladian architecture in Imperial Russia, particularly in Saint Petersburg.
Giambattista Nolli Giambattista Nolli (or Giovanni Battista, April 9, 1701 – July 1, 1756) was an Italian architect and surveyor.
Gian Antonio Selva Gian Antonio Selva (2 September 1751 - 22 January 1819) was an Italian neoclassical architect.
Gian Francesco d'Agrate Gian Francesco d'Agrate was an Italian sculptor and architect, active principally in Parma.
Gian Giacomo Dolcebuono Gian Giacomo Quadri, known as Dolcebuono (1445 – 1504) was an Italian architect and sculptor.
Giancarlo De Carlo Giancarlo De Carlo (December 12, 1919 − June 4, 2005) was an Italian architect.
Gianfranco Frattini Gianfranco Frattini (May 15, 1926 – April 6, 2004) was an Italian architect and designer.
Gianmarco Cavagnino Gianmarco Cavagnino born in Asti (Italy) (October 25, 1964) is an Italian architect.
Gino Finizio Gino (Biagio) Finizio (born in Salerno, March 10, 1941) is an Italian-born designer, architect, artist, author, professor and design manager based in Milan, Italy.
Gino Levi-Montalcini Luigi Levi Montalcini, called Gino (April 21, 1902 - November 29, 1974) was an Italian architect and designer.
Gino Pollini Gino Pollini (19 January 1903, Rovereto – 25 January 1991, Milan) was an Italian architect.
Giocondo Albertolli Giocondo Albertolli (24 July 1743 – 15 November 1839) was a Swiss-born architect, painter, and sculptor who was active in Italy during the Neoclassical period.
Giorgio Borruso Giorgio Borruso is an Italian architect, best known for his innovative experiential designs for international retail fashion houses.
Giorgio da Sebenico Giorgio da Sebenico (Juraj Dalmatinac; c. 1410 – 10 October 1475) was a medieval sculptor and architect from Dalmatia, who worked mainly in Sebenico (now Šibenik, Croatia), at the time par...
Giorgio Grassi Giorgio Grassi (born October 27, 1935) is one of Italy's most important architects.
Giorgio Vasari Giorgio Vasari (30 July 1511 – 27 June 1574) was an Italian painter, architect, writer and historian, most famous today for his Lives of the Most Excellent Painters, Sculptors, and Architects'...
Giotto di Bondone Giotto di Bondone (1266/7 – January 8, 1337), better known simply as Giotto, was an Italian painter and architect from Florence in the late Middle Ages.
Giovan Battista Caniana Giovan Battista Caniana (May 8, 1671 – May 5, 1754), was an Italian sculptor and architect.
Giovanni Battista Crescenzi Giovanni Battista Crescenzi (1577–1635) was an Italian painter and architect of the early-Baroque period, active in Rome and Spain, where he helped decorate the pantheon of the Spanish kings at ...
Giovanni Battista Crespi Giovanni Battista Crespi (23 December 1573 – 23 October 1632), called Il Cerano, was an Italian painter, sculptor, and architect, He was born in Romagnano Sesia, the son of a painter, Raff...
Giovanni Battista Trevano Giovanni Battista Trevano (born in Lugano, present-day Italy, died 1644 in Krakow, Poland) was an Italian architect from Lombardy who worked in Poland as royal architect for King Sigismund III V...
Giovanni Battista Vaccarini Giovanni Battista Vaccarini (3 February 1702 – 11 March 1768) was an Italian architect, notable for his work in the Sicilian Baroque style in his homeland during the period of massive rebuilding...
Giovanni Branca Giovanni Branca (22 April 1571 – 24 January 1645) was an Italian engineer and architect, chiefly remembered today for what some commentators have taken to be an early steam engine.
Giovanni Buscaglione Giovanni Buscaglione (March 1, 1874 - 1941) was an Italian - Colombian architect and priest from Piedmont, Italy.
Giovanni Carlo Galli-Bibiena Giovanni Carlo Galli-Bibiena (11 August 1717 Bologna - 20 November 1760 Ajuda, Lisbon), architect/designer, the son of Francesco, was a member of the Accademia Clementina in Bologna.
Giovanni da Nola Giovanni da Nola (1478–1559), also known as Giovanni Merliano, was an Italian sculptor and architect of the Renaissance, active in Naples.
Giovanni di Cecco Giovanni di Cecco was a Late Gothic architect and sculptor who worked in the region of Siena, Italy, in the 14th century.
Giovanni Giacomo Di Conforto Giovanni Giacomo Di Conforto or Giovanni Giacomo Conforto (1569 – Naples, June 1630) was an Italian architect and engineer, active mainly in Naples, Italy, in a late Mannerist style.
Giovanni Maria Fontana Giovanni Maria Fontana was an Italian-Swiss architect, born in Lugano, who worked in Russia, on the invitation of Peter the Great, who assembled a team of European architects and artisans for th...
Giovanni Michelucci Giovanni Michelucci Italian architect, urban planner and designer was born in Pistoia on the 2nd of January 1891 and died on the night of 31st December 1990, two days before the completion of t...
Giovanni Muzio Giovanni Muzio (February 12, 1893 - May 21, 1982) was an Italian architect.
Giovanni Pietro de Pomis Giovanni Pietro de Pomis (ca.1565 or 1569/70 – 6 March 1633) was an Italian painter, medailleur, architect and fortress master builder.
Giovanni Pietro Ligario Giovanni Pietro Ligario (1686–1748) was an Italian painter and architect of the late-Baroque.
Giovanni Pisano Giovanni Pisano (c. 1250 – c. 1315) was an Italian sculptor, painter and architect, who worked in the cities of Pisa, Siena and Pistoia.
Giuseppe Brentano Giuseppe Brentano (Milan, April 14, 1862- Milan, December 31,1889) was an Italian architect, operating in eclectic styles.
Giuseppe Jappelli Giuseppe Jappelli (May 14, 1783 – May 8, 1852) was an Italian neoclassic architect and engineer who was born and died in Venice.
Giuseppe Lignano Giuseppe Lignano is an Italian-born architect and co-founder of the architectural design studio LOT-EK. LOT-EK has achieved high visibility for their sustainable and innovative approach to const...
Giuseppe Meda Giuseppe Meda (c. 1534–1599) was an Italian painter, architect and hydraulics engineer.
Giuseppe Mengoni Giuseppe Mengoni (November 23, 1829, in Fontanelice – December 30, 1877) was an Italian architect.
Giuseppe Nuvolo Giuseppe Nuvolo (born Vincenzo Nuvolo, also known as Fra' Nuvolo; 1570–1643) was an Italian architect, an exponent of the Mannerist and early Baroque architecture, active mostly in N...
Giuseppe Pagano Giuseppe Pagano (1896 – April 22, 1945) was an Italian architect, notable for his involvement in the movement of rationalist architecture in Italy up to the end of the Second World War.
Giuseppe Partini Giuseppe Partini was an Italian architect, mostly involved in reconstructions in his native Siena.
Giuseppe Pettazzi Giuseppe Pettazzi was an Italian Art Deco and Futurist architect of the 1930s.
Giuseppe Pistocchi Giuseppe Pistocchi (1744–1814) was an Italian architect of the Neoclassic style, active mainly near his natal city of Faenza.
Giuseppe Poggi Giuseppe Poggi (3 April 1811 - 19 March 1901) was an Italian architect.
Giuseppe Puini Giuseppe Puini (21 July 1806 – 9 August 1869) was an Italian engineer and architect who worked in the neoclassical style in Tuscany, largely at Livorno, where he was largely responsible fo...
Giuseppe Rinvolucri Giuseppe Rinvolucri was an Italian engineer and architect, the designer of the "extraordinary parabolic-arched Roman Catholic church at Amlwch" on the isle of Anglesey, Our Lady Star of t...
Giuseppe Samonà Giuseppe Samonà was an Italian architect and urban planner, whose notable works include the post office in the Appio quarter of Rome, the Banca d'Italia in Padua and a theatre in Sciacca, Sicily.
Giuseppe Sommaruga Giuseppe Sommaruga (1867–1917) was an Italian architect of the Art nouveau movement.
Giuseppe Terragni Giuseppe Terragni ( April 18, 1904 – July 19, 1943) was an Italian architect who worked primarily under the fascist regime of Benito Mussolini and pioneered the Italian modern movement under the...
Giuseppe Valadier Giuseppe Valadier (April 14, 1762– February 1, 1839) was an Italian architect and designer, urban planner and archeologist, a chief exponent of Neoclassicism in Italy.
Giuseppe Valeriano Giuseppe Valeriano was an Italian painter and architect, priest of the Jesuit order, and active in Rome, Spain, and Naples.
Giuseppe Vasi Giuseppe Vasi (27 August 1710 – 16 April 1782) was an Italian engraver and architect, best known for his vedute.
Giuseppe Zanoia Giuseppe Zanoia (1752 – 1817) was an Italian Neoclassical architect who is remembered for his Porta Nuova in Milan.
Giò Ponti Gio Ponti (18 November 1891, Milan – 16 September 1979, Milan) was one of the most important Italian architects, industrial designers, furniture designers, artists, and publishers of the twentie...
Ignazio Bertola Giuseppe Francesco Ignazio Bertola born Roveda was an Italian military architect.
Ignazio Gardella Ignazio Gardella (March 30, 1905, Milan, Lombardy — March 16, 1999) was an Italian architect and designer.
Jacopo Sansovino Jacopo d'Antonio Sansovino (July 2, 1486 – November 27, 1570) was an Italian sculptor and architect, known best for his works around the Piazza San Marco in Venice.
Jacopo Strada Jacopo Strada (Mantua, 1507 — Prague 1588) was an Italian polymath courtier of the 16th century, a painter, architect, goldsmith, inventor of machines, numismatist, linguist, collector and merch...
Joaquín Toesca Joaquín Toesca y Ricci (Rome; 1745 – Santiago; June 11, 1799), born Gioacchino Toesca, was an Italian architect who worked for the king and governors of the Spanish Empire, especiall...
John of Padua John of Padua (recorded active between 1543–1557) was an elusive figure of the English Renaissance who was employed at the courts of Henry VIII and his successor, Edward VI, during a period in w...
Joseph Bonomi the Elder Joseph Bonomi the Elder (19 January 1739 – 9 March 1808) was an Italian architect and draughtsman notable for his activity in England.
Juan Antonio Buschiazzo Juan Antonio Buschiazzo (October 29, 1845May 13, 1917) was an Italian architect and engineer who contributed to the modernisation of Buenos Aires, Argentina in the 1880s and to the construction ...
Lamont Young (Naples) Lamont Young (1851-1929) Italian architect and urban planner from the late 19th and early 20th century.
Leon Battista Alberti Leon Battista Alberti (February 14, 1404 – April 20, 1472) was an Italian author, artist, architect, poet, priest, linguist, philosopher, cryptographer and general Renaissance humanist polymath.
Leonardo Benevolo Leonardo Benevolo (born 25 September 1923) is an Italian architectural and urban historian.
Leopoldo Pollack Leopoldo Pollack (1751 – 13 March 1806) was an Austrian-born Italian architect who was active in Milan where he became one of the leading proponents of Neoclassical architecture.
Lina Bo Bardi Lina Bo Bardi, née Achillina Bo was a Brazilian modernist architect born in Italy.
Lombardo (family) Lombardo, the name of a family of Venetian sculptors and architects; their surname was apparently Solaro, and the name of Lombardo was given to the earliest known, Martino, who emigr...
Lorenzetto Lorenzo Lotti, also known as Lorenzetto,, born Lorenzo di Lodovico di Guglielmo, was an Italian Renaissance sculptor and architect in the circle of Raphael.
Lorenzo Maitani Lorenzo Maitani was the Italian architect and sculptor primarily responsible for the construction and decoration of the façade of Orvieto Cathedral.
Lorenzo Mongiardino Lorenzo (Renzo) Mongiardino (Genoa, 12 May 1916 – Milan, 16 January 1998) was an Italian architect, interior designer and production designer.
Lorenzo Porciatti Lorenzo Porciatti (Cana, Roccalbegna, September 3, 1864 – Grosseto, March 17, 1928) was an Italian architect and architectural restorer, active mainly in his native Tuscany.
Luca Beltrami Luca Beltrami (Milan, November 13, 1854 – August 8, 1933) was an Italian architect and architectural historian, known particularly for restoration projects.
Luca Fancelli Luca Fancelli (c. 1430 – c. 1502) was an Italian architect and sculptor.
Marco Zanuso Marco Zanuso (1916 – 2001) was an Italian architect and designer.
Mario Bellini Mario Bellini (born February 1, 1935, Milan) is an Italian architect and designer.
Mario Palanti Mario Palanti was an Italian architect who designed important buildings in the capital cities of both Argentina and Uruguay.
Mario Salvadori Mario G. Salvadori (March 19, 1907 – June 25, 1997) was a structural engineer and professor of both civil engineering and architecture at Columbia University.
Mario Tamagno Mario Tamagno (19 June 1877 – 1941) was an Italian architect who worked mainly in early 20th-century Siam (Thailand).
Martino Bassi Martino Bassi (1542–1591) was an Italian architect active in the Renaissance period, mainly in Milan.
Martino Ferabosco Martino Ferabosco was an Italian engraver, who lived in Rome, engraved the plates for the work Architettura della Basilica di San Pietro in Vaticano (Architecture of St. Peter's Basilica in ...
Martino Longhi the Elder Martino Longhi the Elder was an Italian architect, the father of Onorio Longhi and the grandfather of Martino Longhi the Younger.
Massimo Carmassi Massimo Carmassi (born 5 June 1943 in Pisa, San Giuliano Terme) is an Italian architect.
Massimo Scolari Massimo Scolari, is an Italian architect, painter and designer.
Masuccio Primo Masuccio Primo (or Masuccio I) (1230–1306) was an Italian architect and sculptor of the 13th century, active in Naples.
Masuccio Segondo Masuccio Segondo (1291–1387) was an Italian architect of the 14th century period, active in Naples.
Mateo Gucci Mateo Gucci was a Polish-Italian Renaissance architect and sculptor.
Matteo Civitali Matteo Civitali (1436–1502) was an Italian sculptor and architect, painter and engineer from Lucca.
Matteo di Guaro Allio Matteo di Guaro Allio was an Italian sculptor of the Baroque period, active mainly in Padua.
Matteo Lucchesi Matteo Lucchesi (1705-1776) was an Italian architect and Engineer, active mainly in his native Venice.
Matteo Nigetti Matteo Nigetti (ca. 1560/1570 – 1648) was an Italian architect and sculptor.
Matteo Pertsch Matteo Pertsch (Matthäus Pertsch) (1769 – April 11, 1834) was an Austrian classical architect responsible for many historic structures in Trieste.
Matteo Thun Matteo Thun, born in 1952 in Bolzano, Italy, is an architect and designer.
Mauro Codussi Mauro Codussi was an Italian architect of the early-Renaissance, active mostly in Venice.
Max Fabiani Max Fabiani, Slovene Maks, Italian Maximilian (29 April 1865 – 18 August 1962) was a cosmopolitan trilingual Italian-Austrian-Slovenian architect with Italian and Tyrolean ance...
Michelangelo Michelangelo di Lodovico Buonarroti Simoni (6 March 1475 – 18 February 1564), commonly known as Michelangelo, was an Italian sculptor, painter, architect, poet, and engineer of the Hi...
Michele Busiri Vici Michele Busiris Vici (2 May 1894 - 4 February 1981) was an Italian architect and urban planner, belonging to the family of architects Busiris Vici, active since the seventeenth century.
Michele Michahelles Michele Michahelles (b.Italy, 1936) is an Italian and Swiss architect, best known for his work in Paris with MBA, the Marcel Breuer and Associates practice.
Michele Sanmicheli Michele Sanmicheli, was a Venetian architect and urban planner of Mannerist-style, among the greatest of his era.
Michelozzo Michelozzo di Bartolomeo Michelozzi was an Italian architect and sculptor.
Modesto Parlatore Modesto Parlatore (Orsogna, Province of Chieti, March 5, 1849 – March 6, 1912) was an Italian sculptor and architect.
Nanni di Baccio Bigio Nanni di Baccio Bigio, a pseudonym of Giovanni Lippi (died 1568), was an Italian architect of the 16th century.
Niccolò di Giovanni Fiorentino Niccolò di Giovanni Fiorentino (Croatian: Nikola Firentinac) called Nicolas of Florence (Bagno a Ripoli, Florence 1418 - Šibenik, 1506), was an Italian Renaissance sculptor and archite...
Nicolau Nasoni Nicolau Nasoni was an Italian artist and architect but mostly active in Portugal.
Nikola Firentinac Niccolò Fiorentino ('Nikola Firentinac', 'Niccolò di Giovanni Fiorentino'); (Bagno a Ripoli, Florence 1418 - Šibenik, 1506), was a Dalmatian Renaissance sculptor and master architect.
Nikolay Diulgheroff Nikolay Diulgheroff (Николай Дюлгеров, Nikolay Dyulgerov; 20 December 1901–9 June 1982) was a Bulgarian artist, designer and architect who was active in Italy as a prominent representative o...
Onorio Longhi Onorio Longhi (1568–1619) was an Italian architect, the father of Martino Longhi the Younger and the son of Martino Longhi the Elder.
Orazio Torriani Orazio Torriani was an architect and sculptor who worked in Rome.
Ottaviano Nonni Ottaviano Nonni (1536 – 6 August 1606), called Il Mascherino, was an Italian architect, sculptor, and painter born in Bologna.
Ottone Calderari Ottone Calderari (1730 in Vicenza – 1803 in Vicenza) was an Italian architect and writer of architectural design.
Paolo Del Bianco Paolo Del Bianco (Florence, Italy, August 2, 1945), is president of the Romualdo Del Bianco Foundation, member of the ICOMOS Hungary Committee, member of the ICOMOS International Scientific Comm...
Paolo Falconieri Paolo Falconieri (1638–1704) was an Italian architect, painter and mathematician, from an ancient noble family of Florence, whose intellectual interests were wide-ranging, one of the viruosi...
Paolo Guidotti Cavaliere Paolo Guidotti, also known as il Borghese (Lucca, 1559 - 1629) was an Italian painter and architect, active in Rome.
Paolo Portoghesi Paolo Portoghesi (born 2 November 1931, Rome) is an Italian architect, theorist, historian and professor of architecture at the University La Sapienza in Rome.
Paolo Posi Paolo Posi was an Italian architect of the late-Baroque period.
Paolo Riani Paolo Riani (born 8 September 1937) is an Italian architect and urban planner of award-winning projects worldwide spanning a professional career of over 40 years.
Paolo Schianchi Paolo Schianchi Paolo Schianchi born in Parma, 22 January 1966, is an Italian architect and designer.
Paolo Soleri Paolo Soleri (21 June 1919 – 9 April 2013) was an Italian-American architect.
Paolo Vietti-Violi Paolo Vietti-Violi (June 20, 1882, Grandson, Switzerland - December 25, 1965, Vogogna, Italy) was an Italian architect.
Pellegrino Tibaldi Pellegrino Tibaldi, also known as Pellegrino di Tibaldo de Pellegrini, was an Italian mannerist architect, sculptor, and mural painter.
Petrok Maly Petrok Maly, also known as Petrok Maly Fryazin (Петрок Малый Фрязин, lit. Peter Junior) (? - c. 1539), was an Italian architect, who arrived in Moscow together with the envoys of Pope Cle...
Pier Francesco Silvani Pier Francesco Silvani was an Italian architect and designer, active during the Baroque period, in Florence and other sites in Tuscany.
Pier Luigi Nervi Pier Luigi Nervi (June 21, 1891 – January 9, 1979) was an Italian engineer.
Romaldo Giurgola Romaldo (Aldo) Giurgola AO (born 2 September 1920) is an Italian-American-Australian academic architect, professor, and author.
Rosaria Piomelli Rosaria M. Piomelli (born Agrisano on October 24, 1937), is an Italian architect.
Rosario Gagliardi Rosario Gagliardi (1698–1762) was a Sicilian architect born in Syracuse.
Ruggero Berlam Ruggero Berlam (20 September 1854 – 22 October 1920) was an Italian architect.
Salvatore Dierna Salvatore Dierna (born 18 November 1934) is an Italian Architect, Full Professor in Environmental Design since 1977 at the University of Rome “La Sapienza”; he was the Dean of the Architecture S...
Santi di Tito Santi di Tito (March 6, 1536 – July 23, 1603) was one of the most influential and leading Italian painters of the proto-Baroque style – what is sometimes referred to as "Counter-Maniera" o...
Santi Gucci Santi Gucci was a Polish-Italian architect and sculptor.
Santiago Bonavía Santiago Bonavía (Giacomo Bonavia) (1700–1760) was an Italian architect and painter who was active in Spain during the 18th century.
Santino Solari Santino Solari (1576 - April 10, 1646), was an Italian architect and sculptor, who worked mainly in Austria.
Saverio Muratori Saverio Muratori (Modena, 1910 – Rome, 1973) was an Italian architect, regarded as one of the pioneers of typomorphological investigations of urban form.
Sergio Los Sergio Los (born 1934 in Marostica, Veneto) is an Italian architect and thinker.
Sigismondo di Giovanni Sigismondo di Giovanni (died 1540) was an Italian architect in Naples, Italy, working in the Renaissance style.
Tommaso Napoli Tommaso Maria Napoli was an Italian architect, engineer and mathematician.
Tommaso Temanza Tommaso Temanza was an Italian architect and author of the Neoclassic period.
Tommaso Temenza Tommaso Temanza (1705–1789) was an Venetian architect and author of the Neoclassic period; born in Venice, (modern day Italy) he was active both in his natal city and its mainland towns.
Tommaso Vincidor Tommaso di Andrea Vincidor (Bologna, 1493 – Breda, 1536) was an Italian Renaissance painter and architect who trained with Raphael and spent most of his career in the Netherlands.
Ulisse Stacchini Ulisse Stacchini (July 3, 1871 – 1947) was an Italian architect.
Vecchietta Francesco di Giorgio e di Lorenzo, known as Vecchietta or Lorenzo di Pietro, was an Italian Sienese School painter, sculptor, goldsmith and architect of the Renaissance.
Vico Magistretti Vico Magistretti (October 6, 1920 - September 19, 2006) was an Italian industrial designer, known as a furniture designer and architect.
Vico Mossa Vico Mossa (Serramanna, October 15, 1914 – Sassari, March 23, 2003) was an Italian architect and writer.
Vincenzo Brenna Vincenzo Brenna (1747 – May 17, 1820) was an Italian architect and painter who was the house architect of Paul I of Russia.
Vincenzo Scamozzi Vincenzo Scamozzi (2 September 1548 – 7 August 1616) was a Venetian architect and a writer on architecture, active mainly in Vicenza and Republic of Venice area in the second half of the 16th c...
Virginio Colombo Virginio Colombo (1885 – 1927) was a prolific architect who completed close to 50 works in Buenos Aires in just 21 years before his premature death at the age of 42.He died in Buenos Aires on Ju...
Virginio Vespignani Virginio Vespignani (12 February 1808 – 4 December 1882) was an Italian architect.