|Born||February 11, 1768
|Died||September 3, 1835
Carlo Barabino (February 11, 1768 -September 3, 1835) was a prominent Italian architect of the Neoclasssic period, active mainly in his native Genoa. He was a pupil of Giuseppe Barbieri. He designed the original Teatro Carlo Felice Opera House in Genoa; facade rebuilt after destruction in World War II. He also built the Palazzo Dell'Accademia in Genoa, and the facade of Santa Maria Assunta, Genoa (Carignano).
- Corrado, Ricci (1911). Art in Northern Italy. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons. pp. page 258.