Jappelli, Giuseppe (1783-1852)

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Giuseppe Jappelli, Italian architect and engineer, was born and died in Venice in 1783-1852. His artistic formation took place in the neoclassic environment; he studied in the Clementine Academy in Bologna and in 1803 entered the work-shop of G.A. Selva in Bologna, making an experience in military engineering in 1813 following Eugenio Beauharnais. Fundamental importance for his activity as the park architect were the trips to France and England in 1836-1837. Jappelli's masterpiece is a Caffe' Pedrocchi in Padua. The other examples of his works in neoclassic style are the slaughter-house in Padua (1819-1824), now the Institute of Art; the projects for the loggia Amulea (1825) for the University city of Padua (1824) and for the prison in Padua again (1822). The parks projected by Jappelli were in English style: garden of Sommi in Torre de Picenardi (1814); Villa Vigodarzere in Saonara (1816); Villa Torlonia in Rome (1838-1840) and a neo-gothic solution for Pedrocchino in Padua (1837-1842).

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