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Another Venice

A new american book speaks about venetian architectures (famous and less famous) with wonderful pictures by Riccardo De Cal

Martino Pietropoli
May 24, 2016 · 6 min read


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Querini Stampalia, Carlo Scarpa
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Arsenale
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After all the only way to talk about Venice is of reflection (it is the city par excellence which contains itself and its dual, reflected in its waters). But it is not only double: it’s manifold. You can visit it by walking along the calli. You can see it from the top of its roof terraces, and that’s another Venice. You can navigate it by boat, and here it is yet another Venice.

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What did Venice tell you?

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Translated from original by Martino Pietropoli.

Martino Pietropoli

Written by

Architect, photographer, illustrator, writer. L’Indice Totale, The Fluxus and I Love Podcasts, co-founder @ RunLovers | -> http://www.martinopietropoli.com

Martino Pietropoli

Written by

Architect, photographer, illustrator, writer. L’Indice Totale, The Fluxus and I Love Podcasts, co-founder @ RunLovers | -> http://www.martinopietropoli.com

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