Sant'Agnese in Agone Church--Construction began in 1652 under the architects Girolamo Rainaldi and his son Carlo Rainaldi. After numerous quarrels, the other main architect involved was Francesco Borromini.
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
The first palace design displaying the superimposition of the Architectural Orders: Palazzo Rucellai, Florence, Italy; designed by Leon Battista Alberti built under the direction of Alberti (or Roselino), facade probably from
Borromini - San Carlo alle Quattro fontane – Chiostro (1638-1641)
The Mausoleum of Constantia ~The mausoleum was later consecrated as the Santa Costanza church. Constantia (sometimes called Constantina) was the daughter of Emperor Constantine and his second wife Fausta and was never actually canonized.