Ferdinando Ruggieri (1691 - 1741) was an important Italian architect and artist active in Florence in the early part of the 18th century. Ruggieri was instrumental in developing and defining the Italian Baroque movement. His most important work is considered to be the stunning c. 1715 left façade of the Complesso di San Firenze, in Florence. His is also highly regarded for his design of the Palazzo di Gino Capponi in 1740. His cartographic endeavors include only one map, his important 1731 Pianta Della Citta di Firenze which would become the standard map of Florence for the next 150 years. Click here for a list of maps by Ferdinando Ruggieri.