Palazzo Caprini was a Renaissance palazzo in Rome, Italy, in the Borgo rione (also named Borgo Nuovo). It was designed by Donato Bramante around 1510, or a few years before. It was also known as Palazzo di Raffaello, or Raphael's House, since the artist had bought it in 1517 and lived there until his death. In the late 16th century the building, already decayed and crumbling, underwent a total renovation and constituted the core of the much larger Palazzo dei Convertendi.
Swimming al fresco (sort of). With its clever murals, earthen tile, and garden view, this spacious sunroom brings nature's colors and textures indoors, complete with an Endless Pool® "river" to swim in! Plan your own private aquatic haven with a Free Idea Kit from www.endlesspools.com.