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1450s in architecture

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1450s in architecture


  • 1452 - Leon Battista Alberti completes writing De Re Aedificatoria
  • Buildings

  • 1450 - Reconstruction of Sforza Castle in Milan as a palace begun
  • 1451–1457 - Villa Medici in Fiesole, Tuscany, designed by Michelozzo or Leon Battista Alberti, built
  • c.1451 - Palazzo Rucellai in Florence, probably designed by Leon Battista Alberti and executed, at least in part, by Bernardo Rossellino, substantially completed
  • 1452 - Hospices de Beaune in France, probably designed by Jacques Wiscrère, opened
  • 1456 - Ospedale Maggiore in Milan begun by Filarete
  • 1457 - Edo Castle in Japan first fortified by Ōta Dōkan
  • 1458 - Pitti Palace in Florence begun by Bartolommeo Ammanati and perhaps Brunelleschi
  • Approximate date? - Palazzo Pisani Moretta on the Grand Canal (Venice) built
  • Births

  • 1450: Bartolomeo Montagna, Italian painter and architect (died 1523)
  • 1452: April 15 - Leonardo da Vinci, Italian polymath (died 1519)
  • c.1456: Bramantino, born Bartolomeo Suardi, Milanese painter and architect (died c.1530)
  • References

    1450s in architecture Wikipedia

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