(b. 1772, Firenze, d. 1850, Napoli)
Italian architect, scenographer, and writer. He is best known for rebuilding the interior of the Teatro di San Carlo in Naples after it burned down in 1816. He was also an active scenographer for the theatre. Raffaele del Ponte (1813-1872) was one of his pupils. He published a number of treatises on architecture from Pompeii and Herculaneum.