It can be argued that Venice produced the best and most refined Rococo designs.
"Some Plaice Over the Rainbow" is a fanciful take on Rococo design.
As an architect, he was renowned for his Rococo designs, an 18th-century French art and interior design style.
It is considered a prime example of Rococo interior design in Germany.
Around 1750, he published eight different books, called Books of Ornaments, about Rococo design.
The palace was extended from 1751 to 1753 in the Baroque style with Rococo interior designs by the royal architect Johann Boumann.
The church boasted a gilded icon screen, carved from limewood to Rastrelli's Rococo design.
Venice arguably produced the most unusual and refined Rococo designs.
The jewel of the collection was the Amber Chamber, a work considered one of the supreme achievements of Baroque and Rococo design.
Johann Daniel Schade who had been the architect in charge of the royal building projects, received the commission for the Rococo design.