Italian architects, active in Bohemia. Carlo (c. 1618–84) designed the mon-astery at Kladno (1663–8) and the Collegium Clementinum, Prague (1654–8). The best-known member of the family was Anselmo Martino, who was active in Prague until 1765. The Luragos were important for the evolution of Baroque and Rococo architecture in Bohemia.
Jane Turner (1996)