Imagine what the Vatican and Rome would have looked like today if the popes, architects, and other masterminds of this architectural complex would have designed and built something to only commemorate the tragedy of Saint Peter’s death?
Rodrigo Bollat Montenegro
Rodrigo Bollat Montenegro was born and raised in Guatemala City where he received his Licentiate of Architecture from the Universidad Francisco Marroquín. He later went on to the University of Notre Dame and obtained a Master of Architectural Design and Urbanism, concentrating in classical architecture and traditional urbanism. Rodrigo currently lives in New York City and works in the office of Ferguson & Shamamian Architects. He is also an instructor at the Institute of Classical Architecture and Art.