Ludovico Rusconi Sassi
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Biography and principal works
He designed the Odescalchi chapel in the Basilica dei Santi Apostoli (1719–1722) and Paolucci chapel in San Marcello al Corso (1723–1724). He worked on the cupola and presbytery of San Salvatore in Lauro and the designs for San Giuseppe alla Lungara (1730–1734). The latter is inspired by Francesco Borromini's San Carlo alle Quattro Fontane. He also prepared a model for the competition to design the facade of San Giovanni in Laterano (1732); the competition was won by the Neoclassic design of Alessandro Galilei.
He died in Rome in 1736.