Daniël Stalpaert

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Daniël Stalpaert (1615-1676) was a Dutch architect who worked primarily in Amsterdam during the 17th century. He was known for his contributions to the development of Dutch classicism, a style characterized by the use of classical elements, such as columns, pediments, and symmetry. Stalpaert was trained as a painter before becoming interested in architecture, and he was heavily influenced by the work of Italian architect Andrea Palladio. His most significant works include the Huis Bartolotti, a canal house in Amsterdam, and the Portuguese Synagogue in Amsterdam. Stalpaert was also a member of the Amsterdam city council and played a role in the city’s urban planning.