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Giuseppe Marchelli

Giuseppe Marchelli (beginning of the 19th century) was trained at the Paris school of Napoleon’s architects, Percier and Fontaine, able interpreters of an architecture always connected to the composition of interiors.

In 1810, he began to work for Élisa Baiocchi, becoming involved in the Via Elisa yard and some projects for an Aqueduct, as well as the lighting for the Piazza Napoleone. He later directed the restoration work of the Villa di Marlia – begun by Lazzarini and Bienaimè – bringing it to completion and was also responsible, in 1813, for the work of modernizing the Palazzo Reale of Pisa.