By Anne Leader
Architect Antonio da Sangallo the Younger died at Terni on 3 August 1546. Born Antonio di Antonio Cordiani in Florence in 1484, he was the nephew of architects Giuliano da Sangallo (d. 1516) and Antonio da Sangallo the Elder (d. 1534). A dominant figure in sixteenth-century Roman architecture, Antonio the Younger was personal architect to Cardinal Alessandro Farnese (later Pope Paul III, r. 1536-50), for whom he designed the Palazzo Farnese in Rome. He also was active at the site of New St. Peter’s, serving as lead architect from 1520 until his death.
Reference: Caroline Elam, et al. “Sangallo, da.” Grove Art Online. Oxford Art Online. Oxford University Press.
Palazzo Farnese, begun 1515, Rome.
Design for New St. Peter’s, Rome.
Santa Maria di Loreto, begun 1507, Rome.
Baldassini Palace, begun 1516, Rome.