The exterior of Henbury Hall seen from the south. The house was built in the result of a collaboration between the patron Sebastian de Ferranti, the architect Julian Bicknell and the artist Felix Kelly, all Palladio enthusiasts.
Early perspective section by Bernardo della Volpaia, an architect who worked in Rome with Bramante and the Sangallo family. His precise birth and death dates remain unknown (a drawing of the Codex Coner, fol.
The first palace design displaying the superimposition of the Architectural Orders: Palazzo Rucellai, Florence, Italy; designed by Leon Battista Alberti built under the direction of Alberti (or Roselino), facade probably from