Venice: Fondazione Querini Stampali

I’ve already written about my love for Carlo Scarpa in my previous post on Museo Castelvecchio. While a smaller space and only partially designed by Scarpa, Fondazione Querini Stampali is another great example of the details and textures created by the architect. After living in another canal city (well, country really), Venice is still extraordinary … Continue reading

Verona: Museo Castelvecchio

Carlo Scarpa is my favorite architect of all time. There’s a beauty in his craft and attention to detail. An elegance in an art that transitioned a period moving heavily towards industrialization- steel and modern day technologies. While traveling in Italy, we visited many cities- Rome, Florence, Venice, towns which compose Cinque Terre- but none … Continue reading