Francesco Buonamici was a famous architect who worked in Lucca and Malta, where he was called between 1634 and 1635, and where he worked mostly on the new piers and on the cupola of the Jesuit church. In Malta he was considered, along with Mattia Preti, the greatest baroque architect and he designed and built the Church of the Spirit and that of San Paolo a Rabat, in Valletta, on top of many other private buildings.

By 1661 Francesco Buonamici was nominated as ‘the first architect’ of that city, thanks to his work on the restoration of the Church of San Roman.













Capacity by layout

Total surface:  82sqm

Length:  12m

Width:  9.5m

Height:  2.1m

Door LxH:  2.1m x 1.8m

Floor:  5