Sant'Andrea--page 2 (of two pages)

Leonbattista Albertii
designed c. 1470 (built after his death)



The coffered barrel-vaulted nave--looking toward the apse

This church has a single nave without side aisles while three barrel-vaulted chapels are on each side of the nave. The church is thus very dimly lit. The crossing is marked by a dome. See the plan.
 

Looking toward the apse

 

Left: a barrel-vaulted chapel in the transept, next to the apse; center and right: looking toward the transept end

 

Looking toward the entrance

 

Views of the dome over the crossing



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