On February 14th 2013, was presented at the Ateneo Veneto the book The square in European city. Places, paradigms, good design practices, edited by Franco Mancuso and published by Il Poligrafo (2012). The book covers the most significant experiences regarding redevelopment and revitalization of (...)
It’s been awarded to the Portuguese Álvaro Siza Vieira the Golden Lion for Lifetime Achievement of 13. International Architecture Exhibition - Common Ground (Venice, Giardini and Arsenale, 29 August to 25 November 2012). The decision was taken by the Board of the Biennale di Venezia, chaired by (...)
RAMSES (acronym of Rilievo Altimetrico, Modellazione Spaziale E Scansione3D – Altimetric Survey, Spatial Modeling and 3D scan) is an initiative that aimed to trace a three-dimensional relief of the historic centre of the city of Venice: its has been promoted by the municipal administration that (...)
The Quaderno 8 by Fondazione Venezia 2000 has been published
The commitment of Fondazione Venezia 2000 to the Venetian Metropolis didn’t end with the OECD report, indeed this was only the stepping-stone in the development of a support project for the construction of the metropolitan city.
In his intervention, published on the Quaderno 8, Cesare De (...)
The renovations of the Porta Nuova Tower at the Arsenale have been finalised
The ’Second Chance’ Project has been launched
after the completion of the restoration works in April 2011.
The tower is the place where the Pilot Action of the European Project Second Chance is implemented by the Arsenale of Venice spa and the Municipality of Venice that are partners together (...)
The renovations of the Porta Nuova Tower at the Arsenale have been finalised.
The renovations of the Porta Nuova Tower at the Arsenale were finalised few days ago. The work has been realised based on a project of the architects Traudy Pelzel and Francesco Magnani and financed by the state’s property management department, the Municipality of Venice and the Region of (...)
The project proposes the construction of a building for a new museum integrated with its building mass to the urban system of Mestre. Its placement improves the pedestrian network in the city, creates and connects new spaces which carefully and attentively become part of the larger context. (...)
In the last twenty years the debate on museology and museography has been mapped by engaging challenges, in an attempt to respond to new instances; for example, is possible to interpret, narrate and represent historic phenomena which have involved millions of random (...)