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Piazza Montanara, Rome, under demolition (1st stage)

RIBA113594
NOTES: Piazza Montanara was a small square situated between the River Tiber and the southern slopes of the Capitoline Hill. The area was demolished between 1926ÔÇô1932 as part of the construction of the Via del Teatro Marcello and the only building which remains today is the Theatre of Marcellus, a Roman amphitheatre built by the Emperor Augustus and incorporated into a sixteenth-century palazzo by Baldassare Peruzzi (1481ÔÇô1536).

Piazza Montanara, Rome: 2nd stage of demolition

RIBA113598
NOTES: Piazza Montanara was a small square situated between the River Tiber and the southern slopes of the Capitoline Hill. The area was demolished between 1926ÔÇô1932 as part of the construction of the Via del Teatro Marcello and the only building which remains today is the Theatre of Marcellus, a Roman amphitheatre built by the Emperor Augustus and incorporated into a sixteenth-century palazzo by Baldassare Peruzzi (1481ÔÇô1536).

Fontana dei Quattro Fiumi (Fountain of the Four Rivers), Piazza Navona, Rome, at night

RIBA113611
Bernini, Gian Lorenzo (1598-1680)
NOTES: The Fountain of the Four Rivers (Fontana dei Quattro Fiumi) was executed by Bernini between 1648 and 1651.

San Giovanni in Laterano, Rome: the northern facade with baptistery of San Giovanni in Fonte on the right

RIBA113637
Fontana, Domenico (1543-1607)
NOTES: The northern facade is by Domenico Fontana (1586), but the Baptistery dates back to 440 AD century and possibly to 315 AD during the the reign of Constantine. It is considered to be the earliest baptistery in Rome. It was restored in 885 and in the 12th century, with further embellishments in the 17th century.

Basilica di Santa Maria Assunta, Aquileia: the main piazza

RIBA114377
GTRF
NOTES: The ancient town of Aquileia is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Basilica was originally erected by Patriarch Poppo in 1031 and rebuilt in 1379. It has fresco decoration and floor mosaics dating from the 4th-6th centuries. In 2004 the architects GTRF (Giovanni Tortelli and Roberto Frassini) won a competition for the ÔÇÿReorganisation of the areas around the Basilica complex and the creation of a Museum for the Mosaics of the southern hall of the BaptisteryÔÇÖ. The first phase seen here was completed in 2012.

Basilica di Santa Maria Assunta, Aquileia: the main piazza

RIBA114378
GTRF
NOTES: The ancient town of Aquileia is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Basilica was originally erected by Patriarch Poppo in 1031 and rebuilt in 1379. It has fresco decoration and floor mosaics dating from the 4th-6th centuries. In 2004 the architects GTRF (Giovanni Tortelli and Roberto Frassini) won a competition for the ÔÇÿReorganisation of the areas around the Basilica complex and the creation of a Museum for the Mosaics of the southern hall of the BaptisteryÔÇÖ. The first phase seen here was completed in 2012.

Basilica di Santa Maria Assunta, Aquileia: the main piazza with the baptistery on the left

RIBA114379
GTRF
NOTES: The ancient town of Aquileia is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Basilica was originally erected by Patriarch Poppo in 1031 and rebuilt in 1379. It has fresco decoration and floor mosaics dating from the 4th-6th centuries. In 2004 the architects GTRF (Giovanni Tortelli and Roberto Frassini) won a competition for the ÔÇÿReorganisation of the areas around the Basilica complex and the creation of a Museum for the Mosaics of the southern hall of the BaptisteryÔÇÖ. The first phase seen here was completed in 2012.

Ealing Broadway Centre, London: the new town square

RIBA119118
Building Design Partnership
NOTES: See RIBA119134 for a colour version of this image.

Ealing Broadway Centre, London: the new town square

RIBA119119
Building Design Partnership
NOTES: See RIBA119135 for a colour version of this image.

Ealing Broadway Centre, London: the new town square

RIBA119134
Building Design Partnership
NOTES: See RIBA119118 for a black and white version of this image.
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