Francesco Tamburini (1846 in Italy – 1891 in Buenos Aires, Argentina)
Francesco Tamburini (1846 in Italy – 1891 in Buenos Aires, Argentina) was an architect. He studied architecture in the Royal Academy of Naples and arrived in Argentina in 1881, where he was employed as Inspector General of National Architecture from 1883 until his death in 1891.
His works included the enlargement of the Casa Rosada, the Central Military Hospital and the initial designs for the Teatro Colón, a project that was completed by Vittorio Meano and Julio Dormal in 1908.
La Casa Rosada
The Central Military Hospital
The Teatro Colón