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Nicolò Pacassi (1716–1790), also known as Nikolaus Pacassi, was an Austrian architect of Italian (Friulian) descent. He was born in Wiener Neustadt in Lower Austria in a family of merchants from the Gorizia. In 1753, he was appointed court architect to Maria Theresa of Austria. He was commissioned many works throughout the Austrian Empire, maily in Vienna, Prague, Buda and his native Gorizia and Gradisca.
He died in Vienna.
- 1743 extension of Schloss Hetzendorf
- extension of Schönbrunn Palace
- 1749-58 Buda Castle
- 1753-54 extension of Spanish hall of Prague Castle
- 1753-75 Royal Palace of Prague Castle
- 1761-63 Rebuilt the Theater am Kärntnertor, Vienna (illustration)
- 1770 Reconstruction of Prague's cathedral St Vitus' tower
- 1766 Extension of Ballhausplatz
- Palazzo Attems Petzenstein in Gorizia